Rust Release Liquid

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PART#: rustrelease$23.95$3,195.00

-Eliminate the need for sandblasting or pickling
-Quickly removes corrosion from ferrous and non-ferrous metals
-Removes rust faster than the leading acid-based products
-Environmentally-friendly product that is organic, biodegradable, and contains no acids or VOCs
-Easy to use and is reusable
-Will not tarnish or pit unrusted steel
-Will not tarnish paint


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Rust Release is the industrial standard for rust removal!

Rust Release will safely remove rust from steel, copper, iron, brass or aluminum and will not tarnish or pit unrusted metal. It is the safest and most effective all purpose rust removal solution. It will not damage surrounding materials, such as wood, plastic or paint, and is safe on your skin. Rust Release removes corrosion from metal without creating a waste disposal problem, so not only is it cost effective, it’s environmentally friendly!

Rust Release works faster and lasts longer than competing products such as Evapo-Rust and Metal Rescue. The primary reason being the pH and surfactant package that is in Rust Release. The pH on Rust Release is 5.5-6 making it a more industrial based product and still safe for disposal.

If you need a larger volume than what you see here, please call us as we can provide bulk quantities and dipping tanks. For larger, industrial use, 1 gallon of Rust Release can clean up to 300 pounds of rusted metal.

Use Rust Release on cars and trucks for any type of auto restoration projects. Rust Release is fantastic for automotive rust repairs.

There are three methods for using Rust Release to remove rust off of car parts and tools:

  1. Fill a container with Rust Release liquid and soak your items in it (soaking time varies based on amount of rust). Remove from tank and let dry.
  2. On light surface rust, spray your metal items with Rust Release and let dry.
  3. For items that cannot be dipped and soaked, such as a frame rail, soak a towel in Rust Release, place the towel on the area that you want to treat, wrap with plastic and let set, remove plastic when ready and wipe surface off.

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Frequently Asked Rust Remover Questions

Q-What if I can’t dip my product?
Soak a towel in Rust Release, place the towel on the area that you want to treat, wrap with plastic and let set, remove plastic when ready and wipe surface off!

Q-Can I reuse Rust Release?
Absolutely! Just pour the solution back into the container and store it until you’re ready to use it again.

Q-How do I know when Rust Release is used up?
The bath will turn completely black and will not perform.

Q-Do parts have to be clean before using Rust Release?
No, Rust Release penetrates the dirt and oils. However, grease and dirt will decrease the life of the solution, so we recommended you clean heavy grease and oil deposits prior to dipping.

Q-How long does Rust Release last?
This depends on how rusty the metal is, but one gallon can derust up to 325 pounds of steel.

Q-Will Rust Release harm my paint?
No, it only removes rust.

Q-How do I dispose of used Rust Release?
Rust Release is considered a non-hazardous product to dispose of. However, local laws vary, so it is recommended you call your local waste management service.


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      How to Use Rust Release Rust Remover

      Rust Release rust remover is used through dipping. You can use any container.

      Step 1: Place your material into the dip tank filled with enough Rust Release to cover all rusted areas.

      Step 2: Soak the material until the rust is gone with the Rust Release solution.

      Step 3: Remove the cleaned material and allow to dry.

      Questions and answers

        will it work on pitted rusted and corroded alloy tire rims?
      1. 0 votes
        Qwill it work on pitted rusted and corroded alloy tire rims?answer now
        Asked by Brian on December 29, 2020 12:58 pm
        Answered by the admin

        It will work on any type of rust. It will not remove corrosion from aluminum, though.

      2. Would this stuff work to spray into the rockers of a fairly clean truck?
      3. 0 votes
        QWould this stuff work to spray into the rockers of a fairly clean truck?answer now
        Asked by Ted on November 24, 2020 10:21 am
        Answered by the admin No, it is mean to have the part submerged. If you are trying to do an outer body panel you would have to soak rags and keep it up against it somehow. It needs to stay wet to work and usually the long its on the better.

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