How To Remove Rust from a Brake Rotor

In this video we will show you how to remove rust from a brake rotor in 3 easy steps using Metal Rescue® Rust Remover Bath! Like what you see? Subscribe to learn more about how Workshop Hero products can take the work out of your workshop! Still not convinced? Check out some more of our videos! Metal Rescue® Rust Remover Bath: Remove Rust From Metal With 3 Easy Steps. 1. Soak 2. Check 3. Rinse/Dry. Metal Rescue is a water-based rust remover that only removes the rust. Metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath is safe on most paints, plastic, rubber, chrome, and to the touch. Metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath is reusable. 1 gallon of Metal Rescue will remove up to 1/2 pound of rust. Soak times depend on the severity of the rust and can range anywhere from 5 mins up to 24 hours. Metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath is biodegradable and Eco-friendly. For more information about Metal Rescue Rust Remover Bath and other clean, safe, and easy products from Workshop Hero, visit our website at: Metal Rescue works by utilizing a water-based, safe synthetic molecule that is attracted specifically to iron oxide (i.e. rust). Metal Rescue removes the iron oxide and holds it in solution, leaving the base part and other materials safely unaffected. Rusted parts can be restored in 5 minutes to 24 hours, depending upon the amount of rust, type of metal (iron and steel), and temperature of the solution. Dry Coat™ Rust Preventative is a water-based liquid that dries to the touch leaving a clear protective coating on the surface of ferrous metals. Dry Coat does not attract dirt or dust and provides indoor protection for up to one year. Facebook Page: Website:

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