Krown is a complete rust protection experience.
What does a “complete” rust protection application mean to us?
We are proud to be the Bangor area’s only authorized Krown Rust Control provider – delivering you the #1 rated rust protection service in North America.
Krown’s unique, environmentally-friendly product does more than just protect against rust. It also lubricates moving parts and protects electrical connections, helping to reduce your vehicle maintenance costs. An annual treatment is one of the best investments you can make-saving you thousands of dollars over the life-cycle of your vehicle.
Better Than Traditional Coating Products
The Krown product is self-healing and is constantly creeping, remaining active to continuously repel moisture and keep it away from the metal surface. In addition, unlike coating-type products, Krown penetrates into even the tightest seams and spot welds to deliver a much more effective and comprehensive rust protection application. An added benefit that Krown offers of lubricating many moving parts on a vehicle such as door locks, brake cables, power antennas, etc. Coating products cannot do this.
Pricing For Complete Rust Protection
- 2 or 4 Door Cars – Starting At $129.95
- Minivans – Starting At $139.95
- Small & Medium SUV’s – Starting At $139.95
- Larger SUV’s – Starting At $139.95
- 2 Door Pick-Ups – Starting At $139.95
- 3 or 4 Door Pick-Ups – Starting At $149.95
- Heavy Duty Pick-Ups – Starting At $149.95
- Full Size Vans – Starting At $149.95
- Fleets & Commercial Trucks – Please Call For Information
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What Does Krown Rust Protection Include?
1 Vehicle Inspection.
Our annually trained and certified Krown technicians inspect your vehicle
creating a detailed inspection report before your application.
2 Weather stripping treated with silicone.
All rubber door and body seals are treated with our specially designed silicone
to protect and maintain them.
3 Floor mats and seat covers.
Technicians are careful to ensure each vehicle has a floor mat cover and plastic
seat cover to ensure your vehicle leaves exactly as it was brought in.
4 Light housing removed.
On certain vehicles, tail lights are removed to allow easier access to
the rear sections of the vehicle. This helps to ensure a thorough application.
5 Holes are drilled.
Before each vehicle is treated, technicians review the service bulletins for
detailed access areas for each specific vehicle before drilling access holes.
6 Vehicle is treated.
Technicians access all corrosion-prone areas of your vehicle with specialized tools
to ensure complete protection.
7 Holes are greased and plugged.
After all the areas of your vehicle have been treated, each area is inspected,
greased and all drilled holes are plugged with a specialized grommet.
8 Vehicle is washed
Your vehicle is then washed with Krown’s specialty soap which removes any excess Krown product from the painted surfaces.
9 Treatment completed, keys delivered.
Your vehicle is returned to you clean and protected from rust!