Spring has sprung…

Well, we can all hope that after this particular winter that spring must be just around the corner,

and it’s not too late to get your vehicle treated by the trained professionals at Krown Rust Control. As a matter of fact most corrosion actually occurs in the warmer months, not when Mother Nature torments our vehicles with freezing temperatures and general road sludge. It’s the freezing temperatures that slows corrosive activity!

You see, for corrosion to occur three factors are needed – salt, moisture and heat. This lethal trifecta produces hydrochloric acid. Further, most municipalities use magnesium chloride in place of salt; magnesium chloride is far more corrosive than salt – and it doesn’t wash off the roads. In fact it’s applied as a paste and it’s still there in May, June and even July. We drive on the roads in those months and the rains wash that corrosive material all over your vehicle, the accelerated temperatures speed the invasive and unforgiving corrosion process.

More than just an undercoating, Krown’s industry-leading application process treats the entire vehicle. Damaging rust starts in the hidden areas of your vehicle and Krown targets them. In fact as part of their rigourous and continual training, Krown techs know how best to access and treat rust prone areas like door panels, electrical connections, fenders, door seams, frame rails and many other problem areas. Krown technicians spray the top of the shock towers, behind wheels and wheel well lips. Utilizing specialized spray guns and rods, the complete underside of the vehicle is treated, paying special attention to boxed areas and above the gas tank, an area that most rust control companies do not access. Krown’s product is sprayed inside the engine compartment, along the firewall, on all electrical connections, battery terminals, latches and other metal parts. Complete coverage.

Call Ken Parkinson at Krown Rust Control Hamilton, (905) 575-0577 today. Isn’t it nice to find someone who understands and can help hinder the aging process of your vehicle – while protecting its value?

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