The Driving website published an article on March 10, 2017 that explained why Spring is the best season to apply a rust-proofing application. The article says,
"Fluctuating temperatures and a season of grime make the possibility of rust more likely than ever."
Centennial college professor, Chris Muir, told the website that, "It’s like condensation on a bathroom mirror. You’ve got cold steel that gets hit with a rush of heat and humidity from the ground, and it creeps into crannies and between panels really well."
Read the entire article at Driving's website or copy/paste this: http://driving.ca/auto-news/news/spring-not-fall-is-the-best-time-for-rustproofing?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
The purpose of Krown St. Louis's blog is to help lengthen the life of your vehicle through educational articles, tips, and suggestions about maintenance, especially when it comes to rust prone issues.