Krown Rust Control Hamilton FAQ – part 1

If you have arrived late to this information party and want to catch up on Krown and specifically Krown Rust Control (Hamilton), the next few articles will provide all the background you will need to be a better informed consumer.

What is Krown?

Krown is designed to slow down or inhibit corrosion on vehicles and even heavy equipment and machinery. It is a petroleum-based product with rust inhibitors. In fact the Krown product is environmentally safe; there are no toxins or solvents, it is non-flammable, is non-reactive, is non-corrosive, and can be sprayed in any weather.

Does it drip? Why… and for how long?

The product must get into the seams and around spot welds to work effectively. Remember, moisture causes corrosion, so an effective rust inhibitor needs to be thin enough to penetrate anywhere that water can. After the product has infiltrated these areas, the excess drips off. The majority of the dripping occurs within 24-48 hours with very little, if any, dripping after that point. Happily, Krown is environmentally-friendly.

But what if it drips on my driveway?

If your driveway is asphalt the marks on your driveway will usually go away on their own after a week or two. If your driveway is concrete or interlocking brick Krown Rust Control Hamilton can provide you with a special cleaning product that will remove the stains with very little effort.

Again, just how does Krown work?

Krown is sprayed in every corner of the vehicle and as it contacts metal, it lifts the moisture off and out of seams. It then continues to repel moisture by setting up a moisture resistant bond on the surface of the metal.

Call Krown Rust Control Hamilton at (905) 575-0577 today. Isn’t it nice to find something that hinders the aging process of your vehicle – and protects its value?