Have it washed more often and if you really want to be Fanatic lift ID 4 2 times a week and wash it under.... This is how my brother wash his BMW outside then he takes it on car lift and wash it under... couple times a week in the winter. ...Anyone here considering spray on rust proofing there ID 4s?
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That's for sure the best way to maintain it, but 1. I don't have access to a liftHave it washed more often and if you really want to be Fanatic lift ID 4 2 times a week and wash it under.... This is how my brother wash his BMW outside then he takes it on car lift and wash it under... couple times a week in the winter. ...
But my brother is BMW Fanatic and this is the way he see his toys washed the way it should be....and when he polish his rims they are not only from outside what eyes see but also anything his hands can reach. ... I guess some Germans are gone mad when they wash or clean.
Couple times a year washing EV under would be good practice and worthy for people who are keeping it till wheels fall off...and by doing it this way over time you will see for yourself where to make some improvements regarding rust proofing.
Yes that was exactly what I was looking to do, getting Krown to apply their film mainly in the exposed steel under body components. I know that VW/Audi do a great job, but my 05 A4 is rotting away, whereas my rustproofed MK2 GTI is sitting pretty.When I get mine, I will probably apply some spray on rustproofing every year or two for any bare metal components in the suspension like Fluid Film. The last thing you want to do is apply a rubberized undercoating. In YouTube, search for "South Main Auto Rustproofing". He describes Fluid Film, Krown, and Rubberized coatings. I don't think that there was a definite opinion on Krown and Fluid Film, but he had a definite opinion on on rubberized coatings. I would skip drilling holes unless I bought another Chevy truck to help the rocker panels to last a little longer. Huey52 mentioned an electrostatic dip. I had seen that for the Passat that I owned but had not seen it for the ID.4. I was hoping it had that. Since that must be the case, I would see little advantage for anything but bare steel.