The higher the mil measurement of Rust Bullet’s dry film thickness (DFT), the greater the protection provided. Generally residential or lightly used and low wear and tear applications require a minimum DFT of 6 mils. Industrial or commercial type projects where there is higher traffic and wear and tear, require a minimum DFT of 12 mils.

However, many variables should be considered when determining the desired DFT for any project. Some of these variables to consider are the existing condition of the surface being coated and the surface’s exposure to:
• Moisture
• Harsh chemicals
• Abrasive objects
• The damaging effects the surface must endure from environmental conditions and exposures.

If you need help in determining the appropriate DFT for your application, you can Contact Us for assistance.