So it's that time of the year, weather is getting cooler which means ice and snow is around the corner. Which brings the salt with it, and more recently the liquid stuff they've been using. Last year I held off on coating my frame with something on my Tacoma as it had been sprayed with some kinda waxy gunk that brought the frame warranty to July 2021. Over the past couple years it's flaking off in places and Toyota will do nothing about it. So, I'm deciding the heck with it and am coating the frame in something to try and get some more life out of it. I know there's the standard Fluid Film or Woolwax, but what has intrigued me is the bar and chain oil treatment. FF or WW will seem to wash off easily as after every storm I like to wash down the undercarriage. It (bar and chain oil) seems it's a very cost effective option and can be sprayed easily cut with something like mineral spirits. I did a test on an old piece of metal and overnight the mineral spirits evaporated and left the bar and chain oil on there nice and tacky. I know it will drip for a while, but I'll take that over rust anyday. What say you BITOG folks?