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Rust Bullet Rust Inhibitor

Got a spot of rust that isn't worth cutting out? Rust Bullet Rust Inhibitor and BlackShell Coating are the easy-to-use way to stop rust in its tracks—and keep it away for good.

Rust Bullet is so good, in fact, General Motors now recommends that dealers use it repair rusting frames on late model trucks.

What's more, GM's own paint and coating engineers have determined that Rust Bullet is not only easier to apply than other rust-inhibiting coatings, it also lasts much longer.

Best of all, you can use the very same Rust Bullet coatings GM recommends—they're available right now at Summit Racing Equipment.

Rust Bullet Rust Inhibitor Coating

Rust Bullet was developed for the aviation industry. It is not a rust converter; once applied, the rust and the Rust Bullet resin essentially become one permanent coating. The easy-to-use, one-step coating requires little or no surface preparation and can be brushed, rolled, or sprayed on clean or rusty metal. Rust Bullet strongly recommends applying two coats for complete protection. You can leave it as-is or cover it with a topcoat like Rust Bullet's BlackShell coating for even better protection. One gallon of Rust Bullet Rust Inhibitor Coating covers approximately 200 square feet when applied in two coats.

Find it here at Summit Racing: http://www.summitracing.com/search/brand/rust-bullet/product-line/rust-bullet-rust-inhibitor-coating?autoview=SKU

Rust Bullet BlackShell Coating

Rust Bullet BlackShell protective coating combines function and beauty in one tough, UV-resistant gloss-black coating. You can apply BlackShell over Rust Bullet's Rust Inhibitor for the ultimate in corrosion protection, or use it as a stand-alone topcoat for painted or unpainted surfaces to keep rust at bay. BlackShell can be applied with a brush, roller, or spray gun.

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1. What is the difference between Rust Bullet Standard (Gold Label) and Rust Bullet Automotive (Silver Label)?
Both Rust Bullet® and Rust Bullet® Automotive are industrial strength protective coatings. They have the same patented anti-corrosive properties and will out perform any other rust inhibitive, protective coating on the market.
Rust Bullet Automotive is formulated a bit thinner than the Rust Bullet standard formula to easily flow through an HVLP auto finishing spray system. Rust Bullet Automotive has more metal and will produce a smoother finish typically desired for automotive projects.

2. Should I Apply Rust Bullet only where Rust is Apparent?
Rust Bullet is designed to protect rusted and clean metal. It is always advantageous to protect metal, even when there are no visible signs of corrosion. The automobile industry uses steel in its manufacturing wherever structural strength is needed. Ideally this steel should be protected before it starts to rust and corrode; thus preserving the strength and integrity it was originally designed to provide. Rust Bullet not only kills existing rust, it seals and protects surfaces that have not yet started to rust, providing years of prevention. Rust Bullet should be applied even where rust is not apparent to prevent the occurrence of future corrosion. If it is made of iron or steel, it will rust and corrode if left unprotected; start protecting your investment today.

3. Can I Apply Rust Bullet Automotive with a Brush?
Yes. All Rust Bullet coatings may be applied by brush, roller, or spray equipment. A brush coat should be applied evenly without buildup in a crosshatch method (up and down and side to side) using continuous motion. Thin even coats using the crosshatch application method will produce the best results. Always keep a wet edge on the tip of your paint brush. A three to four coat brush application generally achieves a dft (dry film thickness) of 6 mils. Additional coats may be necessary to achieve the appropriate dft for your project to maintain the Rust Bullet Warranty. Roller applications result in an approximate dft of 1.5 – 2 mils per coat. An HVLP spray system applies approximately 1.5 - 2 mils with one coat, while the Airless sprayer application averages a minimum of 3 to 4 mils per coat. One gallon of Rust Bullet or Rust Bullet Automotive covers approximately 400 sq. ft. with one coat.

4. How do I Apply Rust Bullet Automotive with an HVLP Spray System?
Rust Bullet Automotive applied through HVLP spray equipment using a 1.7 to 2.0 tip with 40- 60 psi will achieve a dft of approximately 1.5 - 2.0 mils per coat. It is important to run Xylene through the spray equipment prior to spraying the first coat of Rust Bullet Automotive to remove any moisture that may be trapped in the equipment. After the application of each coat of Rust Bullet Automotive, flush the gun or submerge the tip in Xylene. It is important to keep the equipment and sprayer clean. If the spray gun has a filter, it must also be cleaned. Toluene may be used if Xylene is not available.
Application equipment must be cleaned immediately after use to avoid damage.

5. Why Do I Need to Apply Multiple Coats of Rust Bullet?
As Rust Bullet cures it expels solvents and releases a carbon dioxide gas while dehydrating the rust. The first coat of Rust Bullet soaks through the rust down to the metal below, encapsulates the rust, and dehydrates it. The first coat must be applied generously enough over the rust for this process to take place. As the first coat dries and gases off, tiny pin holes may form in the coating. The second coat is critical to fill any pin holes and seal the surface with an air tight, armor like shield of protection. If the pin holes are not sealed after the first coat, air and moisture may penetrate the coating exposing the surface to further damage. Apply additional coats to achieve the desired dft for the appropriate protection for the project.

6. When Do I Apply the Next Coat of Rust Bullet or Rust Bullet BlackShell?
When applying additional coats of a Rust Bullet coating, the previous coat should not be wet or tacky; if you are unable to transfer the coating to a gloved finger, the surface is ready for an additional coat. Approximate drying time between coats is two (2) to four (4) hours for Rust Bullet Coatings, depending on humidity levels. When excessive wet film is applied, additional cure time will be necessary. Rust Bullet Coatings are moisture sensitive; in high humid conditions of 80%+, Rust Bullet will cure much faster than it will in lower humidity. When applying additional coats from one day to the next, especially in the morning, make sure there is no dew or condensation on the previous coat. The surface to be coated must be completely dry. It is important that corners, edges, and heavily pitted areas are adequately covered. When Rust Bullet cures, it pulls tight to the center; therefore, it is particularly important that edges and corners are sufficiently coated.
Rust Bullet® Rapid Fire Accelerator can be added to the Rust Bullet Standard and Rust Bullet Automotive formulas to decrease the normal recoat time of 2 to 4 hrs to approximately 30 to 40 minutes per coat. Rapid Fire makes it possible to apply multiple coats of Rust Bullet in a single day and reduces project completion time by as much as 80%. Rust Bullet coatings accelerated with Rapid Fire are designed for spray applications and can be applied with either an HVLP Spray System or an Airless Spray System.

7. Can Rust Bullet be used as a Primer?
Yes. Rust Bullet can be used as an automotive primer. Before applying a finish color to a surface coated with Rust Bullet, we recommend wet sanding the surface. Wet sanding may be achieved by using 150 to 400 grit sandpaper. After wet sanding, apply an additional coat of Rust Bullet, wet sanding again to a very smooth surface; wait 6 - 7 hours before applying a topcoat (time may vary depending on weather conditions). Rust Bullet produces a very hard surface when curing. An alternate method to wet sanding Rust Bullet is to apply a sandable primer to the final coat of Rust Bullet. This will accomplish two things: remove any imperfections in the coated surface and provide a surface that is easier to sand smooth. It will also allow you the luxury of applying the final color whenever you choose to do so. Many Body Shops use this method to save time and work.

8. Is Rust Bullet Compatible with Automotive Fillers, Fiberglass, and Primers?
Yes. Body fillers, fiberglass, and automotive primers may be applied directly over Rust Bullet. Two coats of Rust Bullet should be applied to the metal surface. The body filler, fiberglass, or primer should be applied directly over the second coat of Rust Bullet between 24 to 48 hours. If more than 72 hours have lapsed, the Rust Bullet coating should be etched with Rust Bullet® Metal Blast (simply spray it on, wait 15-30 minutes, either hose it off or wipe it off with warm water and a shop towel, and let dry completely), or sanded with 100-150 grit sandpaper, before applying the filler, fiberglass, or primer, to ensure proper adhesion. This 72 hour period is decreased in areas with higher humidity levels. After the application of the filler, fiberglass, or primer, an additional coat of Rust Bullet should be applied to seal and protect the entire surface.
Rust Bullet can be applied over existing fillers, fiberglass, or primers after scuffing the surface with 100-150 grit sandpaper or sanding block. Fillers have a tendency to absorb moisture which will cause further rusting of the metal and bubbling of the filler if applied directly to a rusted area that has not been protected with Rust Bullet. Rust Bullet works best when it is in direct contact with the metal.

9. Can a surface coated with Rust Bullet be welded?
To ensure the welded metals are properly bonded, the Rust Bullet coating should be removed to expose the bare metal. It is possible to join two Rust Bullet coated metals by welding without removing Rust Bullet; the metal will join together but may not achieve the strong bond expected by the welding process. If metal coated with Rust Bullet, or another coating, is welded without removing the existing coating, the extreme heat involved in the welding process will disintegrate the coating possibly releasing harmful gases; therefore, the appropriate safety precautions, such as wearing a gas mask and safety goggles, must be followed. After welding, Rust Bullet must be reapplied over the welded area to ensure complete protection of the entire surface.

10. What should I do if I waited too long before applying the next coat of Rust Bullet?
Drying time between coats of Rust Bullet is approximately two (2) to four (4) hours. Drying time varies depending on humidity levels. If more than 72 hours have lapsed since the previous coat of Rust Bullet, the coated surface should be etched with Rust Bullet Metal Blast (simply spray it on, wait 15-30 minutes, either hose it off or wipe it off with warm water and a shop towel, and let dry completely), or scuffed up with a 100 to 150 grit sandpaper or sanding block to allow proper adhesion of an additional coat of Rust Bullet. This 72 hour period is decreased in areas with higher humidity levels. Remember, the surface to be coated must be completely dry.

11. What Steps are Required when Applying a Top Coat over Rust Bullet?
Ideally, a topcoat should be applied between 24 to 48 hours after the final coat of Rust Bullet. It is necessary to allow enough time for the curing or gassing off process to complete. The application of a top coat before this process is complete, may result in dimpling of the surface and an undesirable finish. If more than 72 hours have lapsed, the Rust Bullet coating should be etched with Rust Bullet Metal Blast (simply spray it on, wait 15-30 minutes, either hose it off or wipe it off with warm water and a shop towel, and let dry completely), or lightly sanded with 100-150 grit sandpaper, before applying the topcoat, to ensure proper adhesion. This 72 hour period is decreased in areas with higher humidity levels.
If a spray application of Rust Bullet has been accelerated by adding Rust Bullet® Rapid Fire Accelerator, a topcoat may be applied approximately one hour after the final coat of the accelerated Rust Bullet coating has been applied.
If you are using a premium finishing paint and the manufacturer has specific primer requirements, it is recommended you apply the primer over Rust Bullet after the surface has been scuffed up and wet sanded. Rust Bullet is an excellent adhesion promoter and enhances the adhesive properties of almost any topcoat paint.
Rust Bullet and Rust Bullet Automotive are metallic gray in color and UV resistant; it is only necessary to apply a topcoat if you desire a different color other than metallic gray. Rust Bullet Topcoats are formulated specifically as a topcoat for both Rust Bullet Standard and Rust Bullet Automotive formulas if a smooth gloss finish is desired. Rust Bullet Coatings are a urethane coating and may be used in conjunction with any coating compatible with urethane and aluminum.
Rust Bullet Topcoats are scratch and chip resistant, UV resistant, as well as, resistant to Acid Splash and Chemical Solvents. Our Topcoats are excellent protective stand alone coating, requiring no basecoat or topcoat; however, the combination of these premier topcoats over Rust Bullet or Rust Bullet Automotive will provide the ultimate surface protection.

12. What is necessary prior to applying body paint?
The surface should be wet sanded with very fine sandpaper prior to applying the desired automotive finish paint. Always follow the finish paint’s manufacturer’s recommendations on primers and sealers. Recommended primers may be applied directly to a scuffed up Rust Bullet surface.

13. Is Rust Bullet Appropriate for Undercoating my Vehicle?
Both Rust Bullet and Rust Bullet Automotive are ideal for undercoating a vehicle and will provide outstanding protection against corrosives and abrasives. Use the Rust Bullet Automotive formula if you are using HVLP spray equipment for the application. Rust Bullet BlackShell is an excellent gloss black topcoat for the undercarriage of a vehicle. Rust Bullet Topcoats are specifically designed as the optimum topcoat for Rust Bullet Standard or Rust Bullet Automotive Formulas.

14. Is Rust Bullet recommended for use on gasoline tanks?
Rust Bullet is not affected by gas itself. Rust Bullet was not designed as a tank sealer on the inside of a tank. We have not tested for this application and can offer no promise as to what the outcome will be if used as such. Rust Bullet can be used on the exterior, but it was not designed for internal use on a gas tank.

15. Is Rust Bullet recommended for use on an exhaust system?
After curing, all Rust Bullet coatings have a service temperature range of 314°F (157°C) continuous, and can tolerate maximum temperatures between 617°- 662°F (325°-350°C) for up to 72 hour periods. Rust Bullet provides excellent protection for most engine components; however, is not recommended for coating exhaust systems due to the excessive heat produced on headers, exhaust manifolds, catalytic converter or exhaust pipes.

16. Can I apply Rust Bullet under a Truck Bed Liner?
Yes. Rust Bullet provides excellent surface protection under bed liner material. Apply Rust Bullet according to the application guidelines. As with the addition of any topcoat or other product, if 72 hours have lapsed after the final coat of Rust Bullet, the surface should be etched with Rust Bullet® Metal Blast, or scuffed with 100-150 grit sandpaper or sanding block to ensure proper adhesion of the liner material. This 72 hour period is decreased in areas with higher humidity levels.

17. What are the effects of Fuels on a cured Rust Bullet Coating?
Fossil fuels, such as refined oils (gasoline, diesel, jet fuels, and kerosene) will not affect the integrity of the cured Rust Bullet Coating. Additionally, renewable fuels such as Biodiesel and Ethanol will have no adverse affect on substrates coated with Rust Bullet Products.

18. Can Rust Bullet be applied over existing paint?
When you have an existing coating that exhibits poor adhesion and is flaking off any coating applied over that coating is subject to the same behavior. As this coating continues to lose its bond with the substrate, the Rust Bullet or any coating on top would pull up with it or bubble. You can scuff up the surface and apply several coats of Rust Bullet, and extend the life. Although it will provide protection and longevity, it will not have the optimum performance of an application over a surface that does not have an existing coating failure.

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According to extensive independent scientific testing, Rust bullet is the most effective, longest lasting, easiest to use rust/corrosion-control product on the market. Rust bullet standard Formula has been awarded Two United States Patents for its advanced technologies and is the gold standard used and recognized worldwide as the best rust/corrosion-control product available. Use the Rust Bullet Standard Formula for your metal surfaces including Marine, Home and Farm, Industrial and Commercial applications. Us Rust Bullet Standard Formula as a stand-alone coating, or in combination with Rust Bullet BlackShell, Rust Bullet WhiteShell, Rust Bullet ColorShells or Rust Bullet Clear Shot for unbeatable rust protection. Rust Bullet Standard Formula is metallic gray in color. Rust Bullet Standard can be brush, rolled or sprayed.

 

Available Products

 
 

Professional Grade Industrial Strength Rust Inhibitor Coating

  • Marine
  • Home & Farm
  • Industrial
  • Commercial
  • And Much More
  • Covers approximately 400 square
    feet, per gallon, per coat,
    depending on the porosity and
    texture of the substrate. A
    minimum two coat application is required.
  
 

Professional Grade DuraGrade Color Coating

  • Superior Corrosion Control and Protection
  • Advanced Technology, Patent Pending
  • Easy to Apply Reducing Application and Labor Concerns
  • Applies Directly Over Rust or Clean Metal
  • Exceptional Adhesion
  • Excellent Resistance to Weather and Mechanical Abuse
  • Excellent Scratch, Chip, Chemical and UV Resistance
  • Outstanding Flexibility
  • Exceptional Impact Resistance
  • Self-Leveling
  • Low in VOCs
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Made in the USA
  • Covers approximately 300 square feet, per gallon, per coat, depending on the porosity and texture of the substrate. A minimum two coat application is required

Color Disclaimer

  • The colors shown may not be exact due to screen image limitations. For absolute color fidelity, colors should be selected from physical samples, available upon request.
  
 

Inhibitor Coating

  • ProPLUS Rust Inhibitor Paint Factory Direct Pricing Twice the Quality Half the Price
  • Little or No Surface Preparation Required. Awarded Two United States Patents
  • Paints Directly Over Rusted and Clean Metal UV Resistant Won’t Fade or Crack
  • Easy to Apply and Maintain. Topcoat paint Optional
  • Brush, roll, or spray on. Low VOC Formula 50 states and South Coast Air Quality Management District compliant
  • Covers approximately 300 square feet, per gallon, per coat, depending on the porosity and texture of the substrate. A minimum two coat application is required.
  
 

Professional Grade DuraGrade Concrete Coating

  • The Premier Garage Floor Paint and Concrete Paint
  • Apply Directly to Concrete Without Acid Etching
  • Scratch, Chip, Chemical and UV Resistant
  • Excellent Resistance to the Peeling or Lifting Caused From Hot Tire Pick Up
  • Requires No Primer, Basecoat, or Topcoat
  • Ideal for Indoor or Outdoor Surfaces
  • Covers approximately 300 square feet, per gallon, per coat, depending on the porosity and texture of the substrate. A minimum two coat application is required

Color Disclaimer

  • The colors shown may not be exact due to screen image limitations. For absolute color fidelity, colors should be selected from physical samples, available upon request.
 
 
  
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Description:Rust Bullet is not a paint in the ordinary sense of the word. Rust Bullet requires no preparation, except the removal of large flakes of loose rust by light scraping or brushing. When applied, Rust Bullet does not form a film immediately, but rather it penetrates the porous rust reaching the metal underneath. Our exclusive method of protection* dehydrates, or dries out the rust by a chemical activity, allowing the resin to solidify into a tough coating with phenomenal adhesion. The rust becomes intertwined in the resin matrix and remains a permanent part of the coating. The second coat of Rust Bullet fills any pinholes in the first coat and forms a nearly impenetrable coating that protects the metal. The exclusive method for excellent UV resistance* adds to the protection, and although it requires no topcoat, any conventional paint can be applied over the second coat for decorative purposes. Rust Bullet� has by far the best abrasion resistance of any of the tested products, and is therefore quite difficult to scratch. If a scratch or chip in the coating does occur, it will rust in the breached area because it cannot protect what it does not coat, but rust will not proceed beyond the breach. Rust Bullet will not lift, blister, or peel away from its leading edge in any significant degree. Simply reapplying Rust Bullet over the scratch or chip reseals the coating, providing easy, low cost maintenance.


Rust Bullet protects iron, steel and most other metals. Rust Bullet also provides excellent protection for concrete, wood, fiberglass, and many other surfaces. Painted surfaces should be tested on a small area for lifting or cracking. Rust Bullet is resistant to acid splash and chemical solvents. Rust Bullet applies directly over rusty and clean surfaces providing permanent rust protection with phenomenal adhesion.


Little or NO surface preparation is necessary. The surface to be coated must be free of loose flakes of rust or paint, moisture, dirt, mildew, oily substances, wax and loose particles. The surface to be coated must be completely dry. Please refer to our Application Guidelines,



A unique one step (two coat) process
Simple to apply
Tested scientifically against leading rust/corrosion control products, with before, and after photos
Coats over rusty
and clean metal
Superior adhesion
Little or no surface preparation required
Nearly indestructible
Strong weather resistance in all climates and below sea water
Topcoat paint optional
Easy to apply andmaintain
Not labor intensive
VOC compliant
Contains no zinc, no chromates, no acids, no heavy metals
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Anonymous
Review Date: Thu July 19, 2007Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros:time will tell
Cons:

I just used Rust Bullet on the cab of my truck. It went on pretty nice and seems to be some very sturdy stuff. It requires two coats, an initial one and then the second to seal the first. Directions say you can top coat with just about any paint you want. I'm gonna use acrylic enamel. Supposedly these guys did independant studies comparing their product with many competitors. I liked the way it applied but, only time will tell if it holds up and their claims are true.
-David
Anonymous
Review Date: Fri March 14, 2008Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid (per item)?: $30.00 | Rating: 3 

 
Pros:Looked promising
Cons:cracks, doesn't work

I bought this believing it would really work, I had high hopes, after visiting their web sites with all their claims ect.. I was very dissapointed in the product, 4-5 months after I applied the product it had cracked and the there was rust all over where I had applied it. Might work somewhere with mild weather but if you have snow with salty roads look for something else.
Yes I applied the product as indicated, not too hard to do.. I wouldn't recommend this product, I regret buying it!
Anonymous
Review Date: Thu May 15, 2008Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 7 

 
Pros:slows rust
Cons:doesn't eliminate rust

I live in a northern climate where they salt the roads relentlessly in the winter. As a result, there are few cars on the road older than about 15 years. My 18 year-old Acura has a few rust spots on the body, and I've applied Rust Bullet in the spring for the last two years (need to do it again this year). Painted, it looks great through the summer and into fall, but once the salt comes out again in the winter, the rust starts to show again on the car. I don't know what Rust Bullet actually does, but it seems better than doing nothing and better than the Rustoleum that I tried earlier. Hard to say for sure, though.
Anonymous
Review Date: Sat October 1, 2011Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid (per item)?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros:really works as claimed
Cons:sealing to reuse again is a problem!

I used this on a jeep wrangler frame 2-3 years ago. It has held up very well. no rust or cracking chipping or anything else. I would say from my experience that preparation is everything using this. If you can't or don't follow instructions eliminating the loose rust, it most likely won't work well. My only complaint is reusing from the original can. It stuck closed and I wasted some. I will reorder some of this very soon.Rust Bullet is also cheaper than a similar competitive product.


 
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