How do I use it?
Before working on any surface, remove it from loose rust and dirt by brushing it off, sand blasting or grinding. Apply the rust remover to the remaining rusted surfaces or immerse if they are small parts. Where there are small spots of rust or it is a vertical or hanging surface, users might consider our thick liquid or jelly instead for ease of use. The thicker products are also more concentrated.
Work the rust remover into the surface with a brush ensuring it gets into any ‘pits’. Leave to dry for approx. 25 minutes at room temperature. Colder or warmer temperatures will slow down or speed up the drying process. Once dried the rust will have reacted and turned black or purple. If it is a rust sheen it can be wiped off with a damp cloth, more ingrained rust should be taken off with a wire brush or wire wool, for best results try a wire brush attachment as a drill bit. Ensure all areas are back to bare metal. A thin layer of liquid can be applied afterwards to dry on and act as a protective layer, before adding a base coat (of primer) and top coat of paint where required.
Work the rust converter into the surface with a brush. Leave it to dry for between 3-4 hours. Colder or warmer temperatures will slow down or speed up the drying process. Once dried the rust will have reacted and turned black or purple. At this point it can be left or painted over adding a base coat (of primer) and top coat of paint where required.