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Has anyone had experience with this product? It's another rust converting paint on primer and available at Home Depot stores or direct through their own web site, (rust007.com). I've used it on the frame and bare interior of my 38 Chevy p/up. It's easily applied with brush, roller, A/sol spray can, or can be put through a spray outfit. I used a 4 inch foam roller where I could and touched up with a brush and spray can. It's a solvent based product, non toxic, has little odor and looks terrific when dry.
I haven't seen it discussed and since it is so readily available, can't help but wonder if everyone knows something I don't. I have just recently used the product so don't have a results story to tell yet.
 

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www.zerorust.com

havent seen the stuff your talking about. I did a test on zero rust ove a year ago on a brake drum Painted it with it rusty and all its been out side since and no rust. And is easy to use and is safe as well. and can be top coated. Its not quite as tough as por 15 though.

HK can por 15 be top coated I have never really used it before.
 

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Last weekend I used Rust Destroyer for the first time on some floor pans. I was very pleased with the result. It's cheap, durable, readily available at Home Depot, and looks great. I don't know how it compares to Por15, but I know it's cheaper and tough as nails.
 

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I've been using Rust Destroyer on both my vehicle projects and construction projects for years now and have had nothing but good results so far.Nothing that I have treated with it has shown any further rusting and I use both it and Zero Rust to restore my old trucks.Sandblasting first offers best results and stuff treated with either product show no further rusting,even when stored outdoors.It can be applied over hand wirebrushed surfaces with good results also.I was in Phoenix yesterday to buy another gallon at Home Depot but they said they don't have any[I bought it there before] and it also wasn't offered on their online site.Maybe they have quit selling it.I also noted on their online site that Rustoleum products were almost all they offered.Rustoleum is definitely an inferior product for treating rust and I only use it for topcoating Zerorust or Rust Destroyer.Zero Rust will fade in the sun so a top coat is recommended.I find that flat black Rustoleum works well and touches up very nicely,making it excellent for detailing undercarriages and keeping them detailed.I was able to find Rust Destroyer products offered online by several companies who will ship it to you at a cheaper price than I bought it at Home Depot for in the past,so do an online search under "Rust Destroyer".Good luck and happy restoring....
 

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and you found a 7 year old thread how ???
 

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feb 03 was the last post about this stuff. so do you sell it or work for the company ?
 
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