Passenger Vehicles

More than Protection

Carwell T32 Applications:

Lubricate the working mechanisms in your vehicle. Your vehicle’s doors, windows, locks and emergency brake cables will work like new year after year

Are safe, non-toxic, non-flammable

Creep into the critical seams and crevices of your vehicle and actually lifts and removes moisture from the steel

Protect the approximately 2000 spot welds which hold your vehicle together – especially in case of an accident

Bond to the steel and forms an active barrier to repel moisture from contacting the steel of your vehicle

What to Expect

Carwell products are active multi-chemical compounds which form a film on the metal. The vehicle will initially appear to look wet but as time goes by the area will appear to dry but the rust inhibitors will remain active and working.

Some dripping will occur for 1 to 2 days after application. The product will not harm asphalt or concrete. Any small spots appearing will dissipate in time and will not leave a permanent stain. The product, if allowed to puddle, will create slippery spots. You may wish to use an absorbent or wash area to ensure a better footing.

You may notice smoke and odor from the underside of the vehicle the first time the vehicle is driven. This is due to a small amount of overspray vaporizing on the exhaust system. It is harmless and should cease quickly.

You may notice a grinding noise when braking. This is due to a small amount of overspray collecting on the brake lining. This is not a safety hazard and should cease after a few stops.

Carwell’s products cannot stop scratches, peeling of paint or stone chips. Damage to exterior paint should be repaired promptly otherwise surface corrosion can occur.

How it Works

Carwell is a unique blend of rust inhibitors that guard against rust and corrosion on all metals. It eliminates moisture containing salt, dirt and other pollutants from the metal providing long lasting protection for your vehicle.

After Carwell is applied, you can expect it to lift and remove dirt, moisture, other contaminants and even some surface rust. It is designed to penetrate to the good metal and form its protection there. It will continue to penetrate to the good metal, pushing out existing corrosion.

Carwell stops electrolysis by disallowing the external circuit to be completed. Carwell is designed as a non-conductive material that also has a voltage drop of only 1/100th of a volt. After securing the connections, it can be used on electrical connections to prevent the “greening” of wires.

Once Carwell has reached the good metal, it sets up a bond. This bond is at a molecular level and the film that is created is ultra-thin providing long-term protection. The inhibitors, meshed together in a chain link, are then used by the environment – contaminants, salts, etc… – before the metal is rusted.

Carwell is designed to creep deep into cracks and crevices and provide protection there as well. So even if the initial application cannot reach one of these areas, this self healing process makes sure the maximum protection is provided!