When working with Rust Bullet coatings, it’s essential to use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including a proper respirator. Here’s the recommended type of respirator and additional safety gear you should consider:

Respirator Type

    • Organic Vapor Respirator: It is recommended to use a respirator with cartridges specifically designed for organic vapors. These respirators can effectively filter out solvent vapors that are emitted from Rust Bullet during application.


  • Half-face or Full-face Respirator: A half-face respirator that covers the nose and mouth may suffice for shorter exposure periods or less intensive use. For longer durations or in enclosed spaces, a full-face respirator provides additional protection by also covering your eyes.

Additional Safety Gear

    • Gloves: Use nitrile gloves to protect your hands from the chemicals in Rust Bullet. Avoid latex as it may not provide adequate chemical resistance.
    • Protective Clothing: Wear long sleeves, long pants, and closed-toe shoes to prevent skin contact with the coating. Consider coveralls if extensive exposure is expected.
    • Eye Protection: If you’re not using a full-face respirator, wear goggles to protect your eyes from splashes.



Ensure good ventilation in the area where you are working. Using Rust Bullet in well-ventilated spaces helps to disperse vapors and reduce the concentration of harmful substances in the air.