During the chassis wash, the entire underside of the car is thoroughly rinsed using special tools and reliable high-pressure washing equipment. Salt residues, dust, dirt, asphalt residues and operating fluids are removed. Washing the undercarriage of the car is an effective protection against body corrosion.
Why should I?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
In winter, the bottom of the car gets covered with salt residue, while in summer it gets covered with dust, dirt, asphalt pavement residue and operating fluids. All this extra "baggage" that you carry around in your car every day leads to corrosion.
Protecting the core structural elements of the car - the longerons - from corrosion is crucial. They take the brunt of the impact in an accident, so it's especially important to keep them in good condition and free from corrosion. Corrosion can also affect brake system components, the exhaust system, mufflers and other parts underneath the car.
It is recommended to wash the bottom of your car at least twice a year. The best time to do this is before winter and in spring. It is also a good idea to wash the bottom of your car when preparing it for a roadworthiness test. This will make it easier for service technicians to identify technical faults.
The chassis and the bottom are washed with special agents that are able to remove stubborn dirt that affects the chassis parts. Newly formed dirt will not affect mechanical parts if protected by an anti-corrosion coating.
Aesthetic appearance before sale.