See for yourself in our Before & After photos how RUSTZILLA can remove rust, convert it, and protect your valuable possessions.
I didn’t start out to use Rustzilla on this project – I just wanted to get the ash door open and clean it out. I hadn’t ever looked closely at it, but when I did, I was captivated by the design, with stars and the Statue of Liberty. It reads: “VESTAL – CRAFTED WITH PRIDE IN THE U.S.A.” What a treasure!
Once I saw that, I thought it would look great after some Rustzilla – and it did! My house is a little craftsman bungalow constructed in 1930. This door, in the basement near the floor, is probably 90 years old. It’s amazing that nobody has painted over it, and now it’s a functional piece of art.
I thought this metal table was ruined after I left some wet plants on it shortly after I bought it. I tried wire-brushing it and painting it, but that didn’t last even one summer. Rustzilla was super easy to use and made this table look like new. The table sits on an uncovered deck, so it’s important that the rust process is stopped. I also treated the little lantern that had a rusty roof and door – and this flea market find is now a beautiful addition to my outdoor space.
Rusty barstool that I considered throwing away! One coat of product and rust is gone! I brushed the product on with a sponge brush and the result was fabulous. I am now looking for more things to “RUSTZILLA”! Why throw things out when you can restore them with this product. I will buy more!