Undercoating vehicles

6-Dek, 2019
660 568 Ko‘rishlar soni

Pressure washing and undercoating a SUV and a trailer to prevent rust.
Undercoating kit: amzn.to/2OUYD6m
5 gallons undercoating: amzn.to/2DXHhzm

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  • Think the rust protection solution does better protection..

    Wong willyWong willy5 kun oldin
  • Environmental/tax payer cost is big up front and then another whack when our vehicles rot away. What would happen if we just slowed down or stayed home after storms? Am I missing something?

    Ryan SullivanRyan Sullivan8 kun oldin
  • What sort of compressor size is necessary to apply the fluid film? I'd imagine it would have to be a few horse power for such thick material.....

    GFD472GFD47211 kun oldin
  • 8:14 the forbidden velveta cheese

    Mark WorkmanMark Workman18 kun oldin
  • Could go for an undercoating and jelly sandwich right now

    Kevin LoftusKevin Loftus19 kun oldin
  • This guy is real tv is fake, besides I can not stand to hear trump speak another word. Nature shows are excluded.

    Maple LeafsMaple Leafs22 kun oldin
  • is that a hot pressue washer? always wondered how they work and keep on top of the water demand that the gun needs

    Riley HayesRiley Hayes23 kun oldin
  • Why does he also seem to do all the dirty stuff right in front of his house/workshop door where the mess can be walked inside.

    widecastwidecast23 kun oldin
  • Why doesn’t he use his hoist, then he could lift the whole vehicle.

    widecastwidecast23 kun oldin
  • Something about these vids man...love it

    Loosey GuuzeyLoosey Guuzey23 kun oldin
  • That castle garage is cool

    1991tommygun1991tommygun27 kun oldin
  • Really dig this. I live in a big urban city, this lets me live vicariously 😎😎

    CHRISTOPHER VOCI-STORYCHRISTOPHER VOCI-STORY28 kun oldin
  • picks suv up with skid steer, doesn't think twice about it. Puts care on car lift SHAKES IT TO MAKE SURE IT WONT FALL!!! haha thats why I watch this guy!

    T. R. BallT. R. BallOy oldin
  • Would of been good if you could of driven down a dusty gravel road right after the application of the stuff. The dust mixed with the oil would be perfect. I don't know if you have the same kind of gravel road's there as I do here where I live. Our gravel roads are the color of that product you sprayed and on a dry summer day the dust hangs in the air for 5 minutes.

    Michael YarmieMichael YarmieOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • 0:41 did you just pressure was your dog with hot water? I hope you got the floor pans and under the spare tire. Excellent job. Boy, you do get a lot of advice. Sorry about that. You do fine work.

    Alex TAlex TOy oldin
  • Hey what gloves did you use?

    DontayDontayOy oldin
  • Damn, I like this. You should release monthly pressurewash videos - Camarata Pressurewashfest. Greetings from germany Andrew!

    Nils Ivo von AswegeNils Ivo von AswegeOy oldin
  • Why don't you put Permafilm on the Fluidfilm?

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Anyone wanna guess what Fluid Film is made from? You'd be surprised. No googling allowed

    VideoStarVideoStarOy oldin
  • surprised anything grows near the roads with the amount of salt washing off every year. unless salting the earth so nothing grows again is a myth?

    Brian JonesBrian JonesOy oldin
  • Andrew, concrete slab, say 5 x 3 metre's 100mm thick, would help the process, cost I know, but would be of great benefit.

    Mike JamesMike JamesOy oldin
  • Andrew values what he has n takes care of his equipment n much more

    Lorraine HeltLorraine HeltOy oldin
  • you're taking off all your clearcoat!

    WorldRenownedCFEWorldRenownedCFEOy oldin
  • Best way to spray that stuff is with a Shultz gun

    Robert DominiczakRobert DominiczakOy oldin
  • Stop using that high of pressure washer and undercoating will last longer.

    Joshua CoveyJoshua CoveyOy oldin
  • Andrew, is there ever a day when you just stay in bed?

    geekbot5000geekbot50002 oy oldin
    • I think that unless he's seriously ill, I doubt it.

      morgan russmanmorgan russmanOy oldin
  • Remember one thing, It ain't broken until you can't fix it.

    Gerry BergeronGerry Bergeron2 oy oldin
  • Andrew, You are Just like me, I am watching you tip up the trailer and then OOPS. O well "this also works". Perfect, you are the best.

    Gerry BergeronGerry Bergeron2 oy oldin
  • Mudflaps are some of the best protection you can get against road salt.

    Payne KillerPayne Killer2 oy oldin
  • Its not in any manufacturers interest to make a rust proof vehicle they would only sell one to you

    Rusty lungzsRusty lungzs2 oy oldin
  • What I love is that it's work equipment/vehicles and he treats them as such. Some practical maintenance and don't worry about little scuffs too much. I wonder though. Shouldn't you get rid of the rust first, before covering it up again? I've always been taught that you might as well not cover it if there's still some on there, that it actually worsens it, cause it's "trapped". Unless the stuff you used takes care of oxidation?

    Quietus PlusQuietus Plus2 oy oldin
  • We would like to see a concrete slab in front of the garage door

    Rob MosherRob Mosher2 oy oldin
  • I've got dozens of drills. I always go to my plug in electric ones. Can't beat em.

    mr zedmr zed2 oy oldin
  • My daily driver is a 98 4runner that I fluid film religiously every year. Looks GOOD underneath. Helps extend the rubber components, too. Good stuff and awesome videos man. I watch you more than cable. Constantly reminding me of tools I need to add to my stash!

    Cody NeasCody Neas2 oy oldin
  • Use bar and chain oil ala Mustie One.

    James NastoJames Nasto2 oy oldin
  • I would use POR 15, seals rust and protects against rust starting again.

    Keith’s KustomsKeith’s Kustoms2 oy oldin
  • Peanut butter probably works quite well as a rust preventer .

    Richard WallingerRichard Wallinger2 oy oldin
  • add a little white spirit thinners or diesel fuel . The airless sprayer is what is needed .

    Richard WallingerRichard Wallinger2 oy oldin
  • Do you live near Buffalo?

    tom htom h2 oy oldin
  • how did the cars hold up?

    krashdown102krashdown1022 oy oldin
    • Andrew Camarata cool I heard bar and chain oil works good but nothing probably stops it

      krashdown102krashdown1022 oy oldin
    • I guess ok, hard to tell after one year.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • put her in the service position, lol

    chad Hchad H2 oy oldin
  • I came for the sound of your pressure washer. 👍👍

    edwin gomezedwin gomez2 oy oldin
  • Penetrol is by far the very best product you can use!... iv'e used it several times, when applied to rusted (or painted) surfaces it forms a seal that stops rust dead in it's tracks... iv'e used it on the inside of a painted bin trailer (applied penetrol over the top of the existing paint, as a barrier) and with garden cuttings etc left inside the bin for up to 12 months going rotten, the inside paintwork would be fine when the bin was emptied out. Use it as a primer, sealer, undercoat, top coat, paint over the top of it, use it to alleviate brush strokes and aid flow in enamel paint etc etc etc. Do a Google search and find out for yourself how highly regarded it is, and how many various uses it has, it's no gimmick! ... Penetrol

    Barry BarryBarry Barry2 oy oldin
  • Andrew- a tip from some farmers on UZworld, you also move a lot of equipment around the yard working on it- to make that easier, drill a hole in one tongue of your forklift forks, throw a ball hitch in it when you need to move a trailer around or similar...

    ShibumiShibumi2 oy oldin
  • What's with all the ads! Every 3-4 mins?!?

    ExodusExodus2 oy oldin
  • Is this oil that you are spraying? Does it affect your brakes when you spray them?

    Alex MaysonetAlex Maysonet2 oy oldin
  • The real problem is the spotwelded seams in trucks and cars. This is where the salt will destroy the seam. The frame will prob never rust but the seams sure will.

    Brian SumnerBrian Sumner2 oy oldin
  • Andrew, I'm not a fan of undercoating. I prefer oiling and I get both my trucks oiled religiously every year in November before the snow and salt come. My 2000 Silverado is showing no rust cuz it's been oiled every year even tho it is driven all winter.

    Brian SumnerBrian Sumner2 oy oldin
  • man, if i ever told my boss to just flip the trailer upside down with the skid so i can clean it he'd demand i do a drug test.

    Godw1ll99Godw1ll992 oy oldin
  • "Andrews Quicky Car Wash" A loaf of bread and a gallon of jelly, and we're good to go.

    Bobs YouruncleBobs Youruncle2 oy oldin
  • POR 15 works best esp for vintage cars to prevent / stop rust & rot

    welcome to realitywelcome to reality2 oy oldin
  • Please get an orbital tip for the powerwasher. So much more efficient . good job though .

    Jeffrey YeaterJeffrey Yeater2 oy oldin
    • Nevermind lol.

      Jeffrey YeaterJeffrey Yeater2 oy oldin
  • We still want tee shirts that say: “OK, so that’s fixed.”

    Dick RitchieDick Ritchie2 oy oldin
    • "Ok so I'm on this job today..."

      Joel MooreJoel Moore4 kun oldin
    • That's as good as new

      DodgeCity111DodgeCity1112 oy oldin
    • Dick Ritchie: My favorite is, "let's get to work".

      OmahabigbillOmahabigbill2 oy oldin
  • Ask any really good body shop undercoating just makes rusting WORSE, if you want to do something to help just paint.it. I had my 4 wheeler done and Ziebart had to pay for the repairs as per their guarantee it holds water and salt so....

    WalkertongdeeWalkertongdee2 oy oldin
  • 12:56 I knew that was going to happen!

    p71collectorp71collector2 oy oldin
  • I stand to be corrected if should be so but I believe the paint work was a quick job not Andrew's best work this time

    Noel CoffeyNoel Coffey2 oy oldin
  • Mannn I miss my Montero Sport

    CletoCleto2 oy oldin
  • I got rid of Cable! This is way more interesting than all that fake drama!

    tscotw1997tscotw19972 oy oldin
  • I have an 04 montero sport, to bad is not as in good condition as yours 😀, but she still pulls, is front wheel drive though, i really want to gef an all wheel drive though, to bad there so difficult to find one nowadays

    zeroblackdeath 13zeroblackdeath 132 oy oldin
  • what is with all the adds sure getting to be lots?? gonna chase people away !!

    Bill CarriereBill Carriere2 oy oldin
  • Completely unnecessary is right. I work for a city and these people are absolutely fools with the salt. So much wasted time, energy and money. Not to mention the destruction it causes to the roads and vehicles. These idiots were out salting and plowing when it was raining back in March. Literally had plow blades on the roads that were just wet. All to get them overtime pay checks.

    MustObeyTheRulesMustObeyTheRules2 oy oldin
  • lit

    hypehype2 oy oldin
  • And this, kiddies, is the reason that vehicles sold for use in Europe are all zinc-galvanised these days, after the British car industry produced a few complete rust-buckets over the years. Indeed about the only British car which wasn't an inveterate rust bucket was the Landrover, whose chassis were known to rust but since the bodywork was all aluminium (originally from war-surplus aircraft after World War 2) and the chassis could be replaced, this wasn't such a great problem.

    Dan HoldsworthDan Holdsworth2 oy oldin
  • B careful I had a friend do what your doing the car fell of the lift and decapitated him. I'm a builder and like the way you work my dog comes 2 work with me everyday I learn a lot watching You. I liked you pulling the hydraulic cylinder with the Escavator it was in the manual. Keep up the good life jk

    Dianne ClevelandDianne Cleveland2 oy oldin
  • Big oll tub of peanut butter

    Joseph ComeauJoseph Comeau3 oy oldin
  • I love how NY plates are rust colored :lol:

    alb12345672alb123456723 oy oldin
  • mmmmmm! butterscotch pudding!

    Shane GrayShane Gray3 oy oldin
  • Episode #2: How to straighten out bent trailer mudguards. Joking apart.... I have huge admiration for this guy and his energy.

    Andy SparksAndy Sparks3 oy oldin
  • Is the fluid you use a waxoil, if not what is it? You could use a Shutz underseal gun for spaying it on.

    Sloopy .DogSloopy .Dog3 oy oldin
  • I avoid fixing stuff around the house and meanwhile I watch Andrew fix stuff around his house

    Baraq BBaraq B3 oy oldin
  • As always, good video. Undercoating... then brake lines. That's why I always watch to the end. Hug Camarata Senior. Speaking from recent experience... I miss my father.

    Frodrick FronkensteenFrodrick Fronkensteen3 oy oldin
  • I can definitely see the value in this!!!

    Alan WilsonAlan Wilson3 oy oldin
  • You are going to undercoat your Labrador?

    Agent BertramAgent Bertram3 oy oldin
  • Did you make that little crane at 7:14? Its super cool

    Quinn RidinQuinn Ridin3 oy oldin
  • Here we see what a 5 gallon pale of peanut butter looks like

    hypercube33hypercube333 oy oldin
  • Пушечное сало ?

    Kalima MuratbekKalima Muratbek3 oy oldin
  • @Andrew Camarata try line-x the whole undercarriage and the truck bed its real good and its takes a lot of damage plus it sticks to the metal fantastic

    Emil HanningEmil Hanning3 oy oldin
  • Hi! curious for an update now that we're in summer

    Jon StocktonJon Stockton3 oy oldin
  • Living in Germany I always wondered about the electric trailer brakes you usually see in the US. I am not even sure if they would be legal here, at the very least you never see them. Trailers here from a certain weight have to have brakes to be street legal here if I am not mistaken. Only for small trailers no brakes are allowed (Up to I think 750 kg, about 1650 lbs) Not sure if this is actually the legal limit, but about every car here has that limit in allowed trailer weight without brakes. Over that you either have to have surge brakes or mainly for larger trailers and thus commercial trucks, air brakes. And with truck I am not talking pick up trucks but about everything above 7.5 tons. Somehow the concept of electric trailer brakes vs. surge brakes seems to be unneccessarily complicated to me, requiring the additional brake controller in the towing vehicle, if you already add brakes to the trailer anyways. I think some campers and high end trailers may have electronically assisted brakes. meaning the trailer kind of has its own ESP to prevent swaying etc., but thats all about it.

    Alex KuAlex Ku3 oy oldin
    • Electric brakes work. They are the most common type of trailer brakes.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • Maybe hot water pressure washing might help with frozen tracks in the winter

    ONYX-WARRIOR16ONYX-WARRIOR163 oy oldin
  • Boa idéia.

    Claudiomar SaraçolClaudiomar Saraçol4 oy oldin
  • How many times were you dropped when you were a baby?

    Хозяин ГосдепаХозяин Госдепа4 oy oldin
  • South Main Auto has a great video trashing undercoating. Something about it holding moisture and eating frames. Just FYI.

    Mister RobatoMister Robato4 oy oldin
  • Andrew shouldn't be driving a Dodge, he should have a Hummer.

    James SiemersJames Siemers4 oy oldin
  • Mustie1 over in New Hampshire seems to get good luck from using Bar and Chain OIL along with Fluid Film. Good Luck from the salt-free South ;-)

    Hoyt JonesHoyt Jones4 oy oldin
  • Andrew,? what do you use to heat your structure ???

    John GoeJohn Goe4 oy oldin
  • Ever thought about pouring a concrete pad with good drainage for pressure washing? Much nicer than pressure washing in mud.

    carmangarycarmangary4 oy oldin
  • Hi, I will give you a better formula. You put 1/4 unused motor oil. Any type of car oil works. And for every 1/4 of oil you add 2 gallons of gasoline ... It sounds like Diesel but homemade. You spray that under your cars and you'll see how it protects from everything. Thanks

    Alk3r0Alk3r04 oy oldin
  • Are these his work vehicles or his personal vehicles

    Tom SkaggsTom Skaggs4 oy oldin
  • Andrew is the David Atenborough of civil and mechanical engineering. Totally engrossing.

    Alex RuzgusAlex Ruzgus4 oy oldin
  • Stuff int he pail looked and sounded disgusting

    S CS C4 oy oldin
  • Seems legit.

    Trucker NationTrucker Nation4 oy oldin
  • I know Andrew likes to fix things his own way but spreading a bucket of peanut butter on the undercarriage of vehicles is a whole new level. Lol.

    Michael DavisMichael Davis4 oy oldin
  • I knew an old guy in Warren, NH who, every time he changed the oil in his truck or car would funnel the used warm oil into a can and spray to underside of the vehicle. They never rusted out.

    Rob AldrichRob Aldrich4 oy oldin
  • I think you just should have used rhino liner I don't think soft to eat through it once it's hardened

    Adam SpringAdam Spring4 oy oldin
  • levi is such a good dog

    Nicholas SielickiNicholas Sielicki4 oy oldin
  • Andrew please get back to me if u care for ur subs!!love u bud!Iam a guy with deperresion history and you saved me !!I LOVE U ANDREW

    Asmr Bee likeAsmr Bee like4 oy oldin
  • looks like you are spraying that glue trap glue. couldn't believe it sprayed it.

    Pyronious520Pyronious5204 oy oldin
  • I cant imagine i possibly have but i feel like i have seen this cool ass blue house shop thing you have before. i must be trippin out.

    Pyronious520Pyronious5204 oy oldin
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