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Old 10-21-2013, 01:16 PM   #1
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Rust proofing?

Where do you guys get your rust proofing done at?

I'm thinking of getting it done at MotorworX in Vaughan (Ontario). They use a product called DuraShield which doesn't drip as much as Krown (apparently, I've never had it done at MotorworX).
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Old 10-21-2013, 02:43 PM   #2
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Got OEM toyota plus crown in markham
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Old 10-21-2013, 05:37 PM   #3
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Rust Check...drips more than Krown, but is very effective. I've been using it for 20 or so years.
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Rust Check...drips more than Krown, but is very effective. I've been using it for 20 or so years.
Where and price?
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Old 10-21-2013, 08:50 PM   #5
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Krown will drill holes on your door panel just a heads up but krown is good. It drips a bit but I own a garage so I left all the under covers off and let it dripped for 2 days before I put the covers back on
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Where and price?
Lots of locations across the GTA. There's one at 2305 Markham rd...416-754-2128. The price is about $120.
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Lots of locations across the GTA. There's one at 2305 Markham rd...416-754-2128. The price is about $120.
Thanks. I'm going to check it out, first time rustproofing ^_^
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:12 PM   #8
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So my dealer says my options through them are:
- Dripless oil spray (have to do every year) $110.10
- One time application (lifetime warranty) $695

Any advice? I want the best bang for my buck and don't mind re-doing it every winter, but also don't want to leave it vulnerable..
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I left all the under covers off and let it dripped for 2 days before I put the covers back on
Under Covers???
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Booked an appointment with Krown between McCowan and Markham, the old guy doesn't sound friendly or knowledgeable.
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If you going Krown, I recommend 2628 Saint Clair Avenue West. The owner there is a solid guy. I've been taking all my cars there for the past 4 years. They tend to get quite busy around this time. Usually cost around $100-$120.

AVOID the Krown at Lakeshore and Cawthra in Mississauga. I took my 370z there once. They took like 15min to do it, and it turned out they only sprayed the bottom.
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Or just grab a can of T40 or Formula 3000 and just do it yourself
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Those plastic panels under the vehicle that covers your engine, tranny, etc. Taking them off first will make their life easier and will probably spend more time going to every corner of your car. If you leave them own they will just shove their gun in without knowing where they are spraying and jusy blind spray and hope for the best. After the spray is done. Leave the covers off and let it drip on floor and not on your cover if you were to put them back right away after the spray
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I got mines done at duratech rustproofing

They did a great job only thing concerns me is the holes they drill

Anyone know the chances of thoses holes rusting if I always clean my car and around theses holes as well

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