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​​​​​​​Lanolin is a fantastic corrosion inhibitor.  The terms lanolin, woolgrease, and woolwax are all the same. When raw woolgrease is refined for the pharmaceutical   pharmaceutical

Lanolin is a unique organic substance derived from the wool grease coating on raw sheep wool. It is an all natural, incredibility effective substance that acts as a moisture barrier and lubricant.

WoolWax® Undercoating Formula is a lanolin based corrosion inhibitor developed solely to protect the undercarriages of automobiles and trucks. Our lanolin is blended with other proprietary agents to provide long term corrosion protection. WoolWax® will provide long term protection (annual application) against salt, liquid calcium chloride, brine, and all other ice control agents that are being used by municipal departments.

Most other undercoating products contain up to 70% solvents, which make these products very thin and watery. Without a very thick viscosity, these products break down and wash off quickly. WoolWax® is solvent free and very thick and viscous. It applies like a heavy latex paint, which makes it very resistant to wash-off. WoolWax® does not dry. It remains soft and pliable and continues to be active, migrating into all the inaccessible areas.

The people that run the WoolWax® company have been in the vehicle undercoating business for a very long time. We work very closely with our 400+ undercoaters thoughout the USA and Canada to constantly develop and revise our undercoat formulas to keep up with the ever changing harsh salt and brine products that are being applied to our roads today. Our competitors boast about their "70 year old film undercoat product". The snow and ice control industry changes, and so must the products used to protect the vehicles that travel these chemical coated roadways.Lanolin is a fantastic corrosion inhibitor.  The terms lanolin, woolgrease, and woolwax are all the same. When raw woolgrease is refined for the pharmaceutical   pharmaceutical

Lanolin is a unique organic substance derived from the wool grease coating on raw sheep wool. It is an all natural, incredibility effective substance that acts as a moisture barrier and lubricant.

WoolWax® Undercoating Formula is a lanolin based corrosion inhibitor developed solely to protect the undercarriages of automobiles and trucks. Our lanolin is blended with other proprietary agents to provide long term corrosion protection. WoolWax® will provide long term protection (annual application) against salt, liquid calcium chloride, brine, and all other ice control agents that are being used by municipal departments.

Most other undercoating products contain up to 70% solvents, which make these products very thin and watery. Without a very thick viscosity, these products break down and wash off quickly. WoolWax® is solvent free and very thick and viscous. It applies like a heavy latex paint, which makes it very resistant to wash-off. WoolWax® does not dry. It remains soft and pliable and continues to be active, migrating into all the inaccessible areas.

The people that run the WoolWax® company have been in the vehicle undercoating business for a very long time. We work very closely with our 400+ undercoaters thoughout the USA and Canada to constantly develop and revise our undercoat formulas to keep up with the ever changing harsh salt and brine products that are being applied to our roads today. Our competitors boast about their "70 year old film undercoat product". The snow and ice control industry changes, and so must the products used to protect the vehicles that travel these chemical coated roadways.Lanolin is a fantastic corrosion inhibitor.  The terms lanolin, woolgrease, and woolwax are all the same. When raw woolgrease is refined for the pharmaceutical   pharmaceutical

Lanolin is a unique organic substance derived from the wool grease coating on raw sheep wool. It is an all natural, incredibility effective substance that acts as a moisture barrier and lubricant.

WoolWax® Undercoating Formula is a lanolin based corrosion inhibitor developed solely to protect the undercarriages of automobiles and trucks. Our lanolin is blended with other proprietary agents to provide long term corrosion protection. WoolWax® will provide long term protection (annual application) against salt, liquid calcium chloride, brine, and all other ice control agents that are being used by municipal departments.

Most other undercoating products contain up to 70% solvents, which make these products very thin and watery. Without a very thick viscosity, these products break down and wash off quickly. WoolWax® is solvent free and very thick and viscous. It applies like a heavy latex paint, which makes it very resistant to wash-off. WoolWax® does not dry. It remains soft and pliable and continues to be active, migrating into all the inaccessible areas.

The people that run the WoolWax® company have been in the vehicle undercoating business for a very long time. We work very closely with our 400+ undercoaters thoughout the USA and Canada to constantly develop and revise our undercoat formulas to keep up with the ever changing harsh salt and brine products that are being applied to our roads today. Our competitors boast about their "70 year old film undercoat product". The snow and ice control industry changes, and so must the products used to protect the vehicles that travel these chemical coated roadways.Lanolin is a fantastic corrosion inhibitor.  The terms lanolin, woolgrease, and woolwax are all the same. When raw woolgrease is refined for the pharmaceutical   pharmaceutical

Lanolin is a unique organic substance derived from the wool grease coating on raw sheep wool. It is an all natural, incredibility effective substance that acts as a moisture barrier and lubricant.

WoolWax® Undercoating Formula is a lanolin based corrosion inhibitor developed solely to protect the undercarriages of automobiles and trucks. Our lanolin is blended with other proprietary agents to provide long term corrosion protection. WoolWax® will provide long term protection (annual application) against salt, liquid calcium chloride, brine, and all other ice control agents that are being used by municipal departments.

Most other undercoating products contain up to 70% solvents, which make these products very thin and watery. Without a very thick viscosity, these products break down and wash off quickly. WoolWax® is solvent free and very thick and viscous. It applies like a heavy latex paint, which makes it very resistant to wash-off. WoolWax® does not dry. It remains soft and pliable and continues to be active, migrating into all the inaccessible areas.

The people that run the WoolWax® company have been in the vehicle undercoating business for a very long time. We work very closely with our 400+ undercoaters thoughout the USA and Canada to constantly develop and revise our undercoat formulas to keep up with the ever changing harsh salt and brine products that are being applied to our roads today. Our competitors boast about their "70 year old film undercoat product". The snow and ice control industry changes, and so must the products used to protect the vehicles that travel th
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Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. 


Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust
?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Can Woolwax® be applied over existing rust?  My vehicle is older and already rusted.
Woolwax® can be applied over any existing surface rust. Woolwax® will stop the rust from progressing on contact by creating a film barrier that will prevent moisture and oxygen from getting to the base metal. Woolwax® is not a rust converter or remover. Any heavy bubbling or flaking rust should be brushed off before applying Woolwax®.  It is never too late to treat your vehicle with Woolwax®.  It may be rusted, but you can do a great deal to stop the rust from progressing with a good treatment of Woolwax® at the beginning of each snow/ice season.   

If Woolwax® stays wet, will dirt, sand, grass and stuff stick to it?
Because Woolwax® is non-drying, Woolwax® will attract an initial coating of sand/dirt. Anything that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. Because Woolwax® contains no solvents, it will not become tacky or sticky and create a dirt buildup. Many of our professional Undercoaters advise their customers to drive down a dirt road after Woolwax® application. They say that the outer coating of sand gives the coating an extra layer of protection, and stops salt from sticking to it.. Years ago when they used to undercoat with motor oil most people were always advised to drive on a dirt road as soon as possible. There must be something to this strategy, as it is still recommended by many professionals today.      
Woolwax® is very thick and does not wash off easily. Anything dirt or salt that may adhere can easily be rinsed off with a low pressure garden hose. 
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