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Rust Converter, 1 gal.

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Chemically converts rust into an inert, black barrier on steel or iron surfaces

VERSATILE - Surface may be left unpainted if not exposed to direct weather elements
EASY CLEANUP - Environmentally safe, non-flammable and made of an easy cleanup water-based formula
GREAT COVERAGE - One gal. covers up to 500 sq. ft. on a smooth surface - irregular, porous or textured surfaces may require more applications. Apply two coats for optimum coverage
MINIMAL LABOR - No sandblasting, heavy scraping or grinding necessary

Restore your investments without breaking a sweat! GEMPLER’S Rust Converter stops your tools, vehicles, tanks and other implements from further rusting. Simply use a wire brush to remove loose or layered scale and rust, then apply Rust Converter with a paint brush or sponge. Once applied, it functions as a primer and the treated surface is ready to paint with an oil-based paint in 48 hr.

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NOTE: Do not allow Rust Converter to freeze. This product has a nine-month shelf life.

2018 Reference Guide: Page 395

  • MSDS - SDS for Rust Converter One Gallon
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