Let’s begin by discussing what a rust inhibitor is and how it works.
Q: What is a rust inhibitor?
A: Rust inhibitors use proprietary chemicals to prevent rust on iron, iron alloy, and other metallic surfaces. Rust Bullet restores virtually any substrate to a rust and corrosion free usable state.
Q: How does a rust inhibitor work?
A: Using a single component high solids industrial coating, Rust Bullet provides protection from corrosion and prevents its return. Paint or spray Rust Bullet over rusted metal or metal capable of rusting, and then the miraculous adhesion properties of Rust Bullet will effectively seal rusted areas and prevent further rusting.
Q: What applications are available for rust inhibitors?
A: Industrial: Highway bridges | Metal equipment | Oil wells | Cranes | Wastewater treatment plants
Home and Farm: Workman’s tools | Tool boxes | Farming equipment and machinery | Garages | Storage sheds
Marine: Ships | Ports | Boats | Transport containers | Anchors
Automotive: Motor vehicles | Railroad cars | Dry-van trailers | Refer trailers | Old engines
Concrete: Showrooms | Warehouses | Driveways | Platforms | Patios
Q: Should I wait until my metals are rusty before using a rust inhibitor?
A: While it’s okay to use Rust Bullet on heavily rusted items, you can also deter or prevent the development of rust with Rust Bullet. Combating rust before it starts to accumulate is the surest way to keep your products in optimal condition.
Q: What’s the difference between Por 15 and Rust Bullet, anyway?