How To Fix A Rust Spot On Any Car Or Truck: GEL Rust Remover

How To Fix A Rust Spot On Any Car Or Truck: GEL Rust Remover


We are going to show you how to make your rust spot turn from this , to this, in 3 easy steps using Metal Rescue Rust Remover GEL. It’s non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and contains no harmful or corrosive acids. Here’s how it works. Find some rust Make sure the rust area is free of any grease or dirt before applying the GEL. Ok, now the fun part! Step 1 apply the GEL You want to brush this on an 1/8 inch thick. Yep, don’t worry about that paint! Step 2 wrap it To keep GEL from drying, wrap after applying. cover the GEL with some plastic wrap to keep it from drying out. This way metal resuce Gel will do the work for you! Alright, When the rust is gone, and the GEL turns from clear to yellow, it’s time to move onto step 3! Remove it! Metal Rescue GEL is easy to remove! Just use a damp rag or towel to wipe it off. Now that the rust is gone, you are going to need to protect it! Using our Dry Coat Rust Preventative spray. This stuff dries to the touch, without leaving any sort of greasy residue behind. It will protect your part for up to a year in indoor storage. Metal Rescue Rust Remover GEL Your on the spot rust remover! Use it anywhere there is rust! Available now in AutoZone stores and in SELECT HomeDeopt stores. Or you can get it at HomeDepot.com Thanks for watching!

9 thoughts on “How To Fix A Rust Spot On Any Car Or Truck: GEL Rust Remover

  1. YESSSS! This is the product I've been praying for!
    I love the regular Metal Rescue and the protection spray, but I couldn't use it on my car body, tried mixing it with xanthum gum but I couldn't get a proper gel, just snotty water or thick slime. I'll try this stuff out.

  2. I eagerly bought this stuff for a gun restoration. Tested it on a piece with only light rust in a couple spots, but to be safe i covered the entire piece, a bolt body. Came back in the morning to great surprise as it was now covered in about ten times as much rust as before. Explanation? I still have another container of the gel but dont know if i have much use for an agent to promote rusting.

  3. I have brake rust from the rotors on the wheels and sides of my car. Will this product be safe to remove the rust without damaging the paint or clear coat on the car? Looking for something easier than using a clay bar.

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