I bought my 95 a little over a year ago and it had spent its whole life in southern California before moving to Dallas for a couple years, where I bought it and drove it home to Southern Indiana. I specifically travelled far to get a rust free truck, and it is a truly 100% rust free SoCal truck. I love it dearly and plan to keep it forever (unless someone wants to give me a clean 40th for a total steal of course ). In southern Indiana we don't have bad winters but there are a few months where the roads are salty. It isn't like the northeast but it's still the rust belt. Being terrified of rust, I wanted to do something preventative and thought "professional" was the best way to go. The only place I knew of was Ztech (the same as Ziebart) and I had them do their undercoating without doing any research. Since, I have incidentally run across some pretty nasty reviews of those undercoatings which explain how they ultimately fail and when they do, trap moisture and salts making things even worse than if the coating had never been applied. I really regret doing it now, but I gather there isn't a lot to be done as it seems removal isn't very doable. I've pretty well freaked myself out about the longevity of my frame which was spotless, and I'm looking for some advice for how to best make sure I can still keep this truck solid for a long time. I've avoided the salt anyway and now I really intend to not get it out unless the roads are salt free. Any other advice or input from anyone who has maintained this style of "rust preventative" coating would be really appreciated. Thanks!