What does DK stand for?
DK stands for Diamond Kote
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This passion is engineered into the full line of Diamond-Kote products, from the proven DK9000 Titanium Edition to our advanced NanoCrystal Paint Protection. Our relentless drive to protect your vehicle’s appearance is what forms the lifeblood of Diamond-Kote and our connection to drivers worldwide.
Diamond-Kote’s liquid corrosion barrier compounds are independently tested to exceed the highest automotive corrosion resistance standards in the world. Diamond-Kote has been protecting vehicles from corrosion in North America since 1968. The highly resilient formula penetrates into the areas of your vehicle where rust starts and prevents water and oxygen from penetrating into the rust prone areas of your vehicle for years, thereby retarding the rust process before it has a chance to get a hold of your vehicle.
Diamond Kote, an innovative finish was introduced after other traditional methods of painting weren’t meeting builder and homeowner expectations. We set a goal to be different. From our engineered colors, to our application process, to our packaging, and to our 30-Year No Fade Warranty, the message is simple. Pre-finishing with specialized paint and sprayers in a clean, indoor environment equals a better product.