Car & Truck Rust Protection

Learn about Krown rust protection, why it works, and how we carefully apply it to your vehicle.

Stopping Rust in it's tracks

Rust can wreak havoc on your vehicle. Krown stops it in its tracks penetrating and creeping into hard to reach areas to protect all components.

Whether you have a new or used vehicle keep your vehicle looking good and running well for years to come.

Lower your maintenance costs and enjoy the peace of mind of a well maintained vehicle with a yearly Krown application.

The Benefits of Krown

Higher Resale Value

One of the factors contributing to a higher resale value is the condition of the body.

Safer Vehicle

Over time, rust can weaken important structural elements, compromising your vehicle's structure. It also helps to prevent the sure sign of an aging car or truck; visible rust.

Lower Repair Costs

Rust is unable to rot through your car or truck's important structures and body panels and electrical system from corrosion.

Longer Vehicle Life

The average person will buy 10-12 vehicles in their lifetime. What would it mean if you could keep your vehicles longer and even buy half as many over your lifetime?

Does Krown Work?

Krown has been a leader in the rust protection industry in Canada since 1986 was specifically designed for their harsh winters.

Here at GoKrown we’ve fixed cars and trucks in Western Ohio for nearly 40 years and have served more than 1,000 customers with Krown since 2011 we’ve seen it’s effectiveness first hand.

Here’s a great video demonstration on the effectiveness of Krown with their steel wool test.

How is Krown Different?

Many companies use coating products that are designed to cover over areas that are susceptible to rust. These products may look nice but they do not provide adequate protection against corrosion.

For example, these types of coatings can be breached by abrasion or chipping. When this happens, moisture can enter in under the coating and become trapped against the vehicle surface. In this situation the coating will actually accelerate corrosion rather than prevent it.

Krown by comparison 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 delivering a much more effective and comprehensive protection.

One final difference is the 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.

Ohio Car & Truck Rust Protection

GoKrown is based just north of Dayton, Ohio with customers traveling from nearby such as Greenville, Piqua, Sidney, Troy, Celina, Tipp City, Clayton, Englewood, Vandalia, Wapakoneta, Trotwood, Huber Heights, Richmond, Dayton, and Riverside.

We also regularly see customers from 8 states - Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia for Krown rust protection.

Get In Touch

Get in touch with us to ask any questions or schedule service for your vehicle.​