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Old 12-01-2011, 09:22 PM
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I'd love to be able to get this done as they also use a ton of salt on our roads. The liquid stuff being the nastiest But Crown is not available in the USA.

Carwell is supposed to sell the same product here but there are no dealers other than a couple in up state New York. So you'd have to apply yourself.
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I'd love to be able to get this done as they also use a ton of salt on our roads. The liquid stuff being the nastiest But Crown is not available in the USA.

Carwell is supposed to sell the same product here but there are no dealers other than a couple in up state New York. So you'd have to apply yourself.
make the three hour drive to Niagara falls and spend the weekend here. only takes an hour to apply, and you can get suked into all the tourist trap stuff while you wait!
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make the three hour drive to Niagara falls and spend the weekend here. only takes an hour to apply, and you can get sucked into all the tourist trap stuff while you wait!
I've been thinking about this myself, but with a Rust Check dealer here in downtown Syracuse, I often wonder if it's worth the gas $$$ for Krown. This Krown really sounds like a fountain of youth for vehicles, and the best of all the products. Just came back from a family trip to Disney in Florida, and there are all kinds of late model cars driving around. Like a time capsule compared to the rusted out garbage up here.

I wonder what's closer..... driving west to Niagara Falls, or head north of the border. If I'm reading this Krown map correctly, Kingston might be the closest toward the northern border.
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Rust Check works just as well as Krown from what I've seen. Annual application by someone that will give it a thorough soaking is key.
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Just got mine done at Krown here in Ajax, Ontario ..... Jim the owner nice guy....sounds like the drip product is a must as it gets back into the hard areas to find...the non-drip does not penetrate as well as drip.

So if you are using rust check, avoid their non-drip application...
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Glad I live in the south. But maybe moving back to midwest so this is good to know!
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I've got the factory rust proofing as well, but with the amount of salt they put on the roads around here, this year I put her up on ramps and sprayed the whole underside with some heavy engine oil.
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