Rustproofing

Your vehicles braking system creates extremely high temperatures which can cause rapid oxidation of the brake fluid.  The newer Anti-Lock Brake Systems, ABS, used in today's vehicles are extremely sensitive to fluid deterioration.  Serious malfunction can be caused by the build-up of varnish and deposits within the braking system.  More and more manufacturer's are now requiring the brake fluid to be replaced at regular intervals along with brake service maintenance.  The BG Brake Service removes corrosive brake fluid and cleans the brake system by:

  • Remove contaminated brake fluid from the entire hydraulic system
  • Replace the old fluid with Ultra-Dry BG High-Temp Formula DOT 3 or DOT 4 Brake Fluid, which has been proven to prevent corrosion


Our certified technicians will also inspect the entire brake system for leaks, master cylinder corrosion, worn pneumatic parts, harmful varnish build-up, broken or rusted bleeder valves, worn rotors or drums, and air in the brake lines.

The BG Brake Service is backed by the Lifetime BG Protection Plan if the initial service is performed within 75,000 miles / 120,000 km.  To keep your braking system performing properly, we recommend having the BG Brake Service performed whenever the brake fluid shows contamination, or every 30,000-to-40,000 miles / 50,000-to-64,000 km.
Brake Service Coverage
The BG Brake Service covers brake systems as follows:

  • Service Interval: Within 30,000 miles / 50,000 km of the previous service.
  • Maximum Reimbursement: Plan 1- $4,000 US; Plan 2-$2,000 US.
See your service adviser for full details and available plans.

No holes need to be drilled. The wax sealant only adheres to metal and will not plug any of the existing drain holes.

Rustproofing being applied to a vehicles undercarriage.

Rustproofing being applied to a vehicles sub-frame.

Unfortunately, one of the best methods for melting snow and ice is through the use of salt and brines such as magnesium chloride or calcium chlooride.

Fortunately, rust/corrosion prevention is still possible. By following a regular program of corrosion prevention coating, anti-corrosion spray, and other maintenance, you can keep your car in excellent condition. Here's how we can help to protect your investment at Rowe:

1. We start from the inside. The mechanism of corrosion requires that an electrolyte, usually water, come into contact with the steel. Therefore, whatever you can do to prevent this interaction is critical to achieving anti corrosion protection. By applying an anti-corrosion spray wax to all enclosed panels, rust and corrosion can be prevented from the inside-out. The wax is inserted into selected vehicle cavities located in the doors, hood, trunk frame, fenders, quarter panels and rocker panels through the existing drain holes. Unlike some processes still used today, no holes need to be drilled.  The wax only adheres to metal and thereby forms a barrier that prevents the electrolyte from coming into contact with the metal. The wax sealant will not plug any of the existing drain holes.

2. We protect your vehicles underbody. The underbody of the vehicle takes a daily pounding from the environment, which can cause rust to form on the floorboards and brake lines. We spray on a quality asphalt-based anti-corrosion coating designed to withstand the impact of road debris that protects the underbody and prevents the formation of rust. A key advantage of the asphalt-based products we use is that, unlike commonly used rubberized coatings, they will not peel or flake off. 

These two preventative steps can keep your vehicle rust and corrosion free, enjoy it more and increase its trade-in value.


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Rustproofing being applied to a vehicles rocker panel.

Rustproofing being applied to a vehicles hood.

Rustproofing being applied to a vehicles hatch.

Rustproofing being applied to a vehicles wheel well.