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    Default Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    I found the following Corrosion Free:
    • Robinson Automotive in Mississauga - $180
    • Corrosion Free Zone / Popular Car Wash in Etobicoke - $120


    A huge difference in price for the same service.

    I don't want to do Known or Rustcheck because of dripping, drilling holes and possible degrading in rubber.

    If anyone knows a good Corrosion Free rustproofing place, please let me know.

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    Default Re: Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    Have you checked their website? They have a dealer locator.

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    Default Re: Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    I use Robinson - and even moved all my service there. For rustproofing, they opened the plastic covers on the bottom of the car, to make sure the cf stuff gets everywhere. It's nice that it does not drip, but there are small "leaks" which are easy to wipe off. Overall I'm happy with them.
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    Default Re: Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sebi View Post
    I use Robinson - and even moved all my service there. For rustproofing, they opened the plastic covers on the bottom of the car, to make sure the cf stuff gets everywhere. It's nice that it does not drip, but there are small "leaks" which are easy to wipe off. Overall I'm happy with them.
    i'm assuming this is an annual application? TIA

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    Default Re: Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    Quote Originally Posted by herb View Post
    i'm assuming this is an annual application? TIA
    I think it's every 18 months.

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    Default Re: Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    Quote Originally Posted by sip View Post
    I found the following Corrosion Free:
    • Robinson Automotive in Mississauga - $180
    • Corrosion Free Zone / Popular Car Wash in Etobicoke - $120


    A huge difference in price for the same service.

    I don't want to do Known or Rustcheck because of dripping, drilling holes and possible degrading in rubber.

    If anyone knows a good Corrosion Free rustproofing place, please let me know.
    I tried a place in markham at the end of august but it might be a bit far for you if you're on the west end.
    https://www.ee.ht/rust-proofing
    It seemed alright, the corrosion free stuff is clear and doesn't drip but at the same time it's hard to see where it was actually applied unless you look very closely or touch. It seemed to be applied to all the places I expected like door jams and such.

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    Default Re: Any good Corrosion Free rust-proofer in the GTA?

    I've been using Krown for the last 5 years.
    Yes it dripps...its supposed to ...best todo it in a hot month ...better product penetration.
    I am not crazy about that drip less stuff or the solid type that stick on ,,, not sure if it flows into all the cracks and nooks and joints
    and neutralizes the rust that is present and prevents metal surfaces from oxidizing and rusting.... Krown you have to apply every year
    for it to work...

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