Spray protective compound onto chassis and underbody of automobiles.
What does an Undercoater do?
Sprays protective compound onto chassis and underbody of automobiles and trucks to minimize rust and corrosion and to eliminate noise: Drives vehicle onto overhead rack. Removes headlights and other accessories, using handtools. Steam cleans or pressure washes underside of vehicle preparatory to application of protective compound. Drills holes for interior spraying as required, using electric drill. Sprays specified areas of vehicle, using spray gun. Inserts plastic plugs to reseal holes subsequent to spraying. Replaces accessories and removes overspray and excess seepage from body seams and joints, using cloth and solvents. May mask painted or chromed surfaces to prevent exposure to undercoating spray, using tape. May spray firewall, underside of hood, and interior of trunk compartment.