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Old 03-07-2011, 10:28 PM   #12
Jmanscotch
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Originally Posted by I*do*Werke View Post
thanks! one more question, would spraying water on the underside of my car help remove the salt or would it be counterproductive because the water also is a catalyst for rust?
It will help remove the salt. There is a tricky line where removing salt and introducing a electrolyte (said water) could seem counterproductive. Fact is, the water will splash out, evap, etc sooner than the salt will bounce/fall out and therefore is still a better bet to wash often.

Plus, fairly clean water (free of too many contaminents) is a lot less corrosive than salt. A reason to sometimes visit the newer (read; uses filters, newer pipes, etc) carwash versus the old, rundown cheap one.
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