HOW TO USE
Remove all traces of oil or grease. Remove old paint and loose rust with steel wool or wire brush.
1. Apply directly to rust
Shake the bottle well, open the trigger spray to your desired formation and spray directly onto the rusted area. To ensure a full coverage, work well into any pitted areas, corners and edges using a brush. Ensure that exposed corners and edges are well-treated to avoid rust creep beneath. Keep Jenolite active by working in with a brush every 5 minutes and adding more if required. Do not allow the surface to dry out or become tacky. Vertical surfaces may require the most attention. Continue this process until all visible rust has turned dark grey in colour, at which point, wipe the surface dry with a clean, lint-free cloth. To ensure all rust has been successfully removed, brush away the dark grey residue with a wire brush/steel wool (if rust is still present thereafter, repeat the process as above until all rust has been removed).
2. Ready to prime in 30 minutes
After wiping dry, wait for 30 minutes, then apply Jenolite Primer or topcoat. For best results, prime same day. Always check product compatibility. If in doubt test a small area first.
Do not return excess Jenolite Rust Remover to the container. Wash brushes and equipment in clean water immediately after use. Splashes onto surrounding paintwork and skin may cause staining – wash off immediately with water.