Rust Bullet LLC featured in these top magazine publications.

Innovative Coating Shields Metal From Rust
Paint and Coatings Magazine, May 2015
“The physical integrity of a metal coating is as important as its chemical barrier properties…”

Rusty Parts Deserve a Bullet
Maximum Drive Magazine, May/June 2015 Rust Bullet makes metal parts restoration simple and lasting.


Long Lasting Garage Floor Paint you Haven’t Heard Of Blog, January 2015
“The quest to find a long lasting garage floor paint that will stand up to normal use may finally be over. That’s right, we said it.”
Anti-Corrosion Coatings: Novel Approach to Offshore Manufacturing Pays Off
Chemical Processing Magazine, November 2014
Coatings Manufacturer Succeeds by Thinking Differently About Project

High-Caliber Rust Inhibitor; There Are No Two Ways About It, Rust Needs to Die!
Custom Rodder Magazine, September 2003
Successfully dealing with a rusty car can be as exasperating as troubleshooting electrical problems. Once you start, it’s like opening the proverbial can of worms. Rust travels under paint, rubber, carpet, and just about anywhere else you might not look until it’s too late.
A high performance coating for steel and iron corrosion control
Street Rodder Magazine, April 2004 Volume 33, No. 4

According to veteran bodyman, painter, and hot rodder Carl Brunson, Rust Bullet is the best thing he’s ever seen “…for use over, and prevention of, rust.

Revival of the ‘2926’
Coatings Pro Magazine, Septamber 2004

Restoration of a Steam Locomotive is a Labor of Love

Rust Bullet Awarded an Unprecedented Two Patents
PR Newswire, March 2005
Rust Bullet, a one-step product that coats over rusty or clean metal to control corrosion without the need for special surface preparation, has received two patents from the United States Patent Office on its two new technologies.

The corrosion of iron & steel costs nearly $300 billion annually.
Multiple Sources
A recently released two-year breakthrough study estimates the annual direct cost of corrosion in the United States to be $276 billion.