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Corroseal

Model 82320

Internet #202960538

Store SKU #324826

Rust Converter Primer

$21.95 /each
  • Water based
  • Easy application
  • Compatible with most top coats

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Product Overview

Corroseal Rust Converter is an elite, industrial strength product for all marine, household, automotive, and industrial rust problems. Rust occurs naturally when the iron in steel oxidizes and returns to its original state, iron oxide. Through an innovative chemical conversion process, Corroseal Rust Converter converts rust (iron oxide) into a stable substance, magnetite. It also primes the surface with a high quality latex metal primer at the same time. Corroseal truly provides one step corrosion control. Corroseal features, water based rust converter with high quality latex metal primer, non-flammable, non-corrosive, Easy to apply (brush, roll, or spray), easy to cleanup with soap and water. Eco-friendly alternative to sandblasting Corroseal is the best way to deal with rust because it is less expensive, less time consuming, and is much more environmentally friendly than sandblasting. Corroseal eliminates the need to sandblast rust by chemically converting rust from iron oxide to magnetite, a black and inert substance. Don't remove rust, convert rust.

  • Paint, prime, convert rust in 1 step
  • Easy to apply - brush, roll or spray
  • Water based formula is easy to clean up with just soap and water
  • Compatible with most topcoats
  • Non flammable - non corrosive
  • 2 year shelf life - keep from freezing
  • Marine uses include: bridges, ships, decks & deck railing, boat trailers, ferries, oar locks, shipping containers
  • Household uses include: garden tools, lawnmowers, trailers, wrought iron furniture & railings, decorative screens, pet housing, mailbox, fences, storage sheds
  • Automotive uses include: automotive restoration, vehicle frames, recreational equipment, utility trailers, ramps, floorboards, quarter panels
  • Industrial uses include: storage & fuel tanks, structural steel, manufacturing equipment, farm equipment & implements, fencing and gates, pipes, rebar
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following states: CA, OR, CT

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Can this be used on a car

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September 12, 2015
I have minor surface rust on the bottom of the door on my car. I know I will need to touch up the area with paint later but will this remove the original paint?
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Yes.
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January 29, 2016
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Maybe, but the better rust converter for minor surface rust on the bottom is Black Star Rust Converter. The reason is because it will convert the rust and then make the area waterproof so it doesn't rust again ever.
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December 8, 2015
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Works great on all metal,will not take off paint.
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No, the best way to go would be to use Blackstar Rust Converter. It will turn the whole surface BLACK, then all you do is paint over it. No more rust. Good luck!
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October 11, 2015
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This will not damage the existing paint, but remember this is a rust converter so do NOT clean of the rust first - if you do there will nothing for the rust converter to convert. Also this is not a rust preventer, it will only treat the rust that is already there. If there is more rust just under the surface of the original paint this will eventually come through and you will need to treat that as it Read More
This will not damage the existing paint, but remember this is a rust converter so do NOT clean of the rust first - if you do there will nothing for the rust converter to convert. Also this is not a rust preventer, it will only treat the rust that is already there. If there is more rust just under the surface of the original paint this will eventually come through and you will need to treat that as it shows. If you want, after its dry, you can paint over the area but this is only for appearance reasons. I would normally paint the area with a rest preventer after the rust converter is dry. Read Less
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Brunswick, GA
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September 26, 2015
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I used it on my 1993 Miata floor board where it was rusted and it worked but don't know about the painted surface
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September 24, 2015
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Not from my past experience using similar products. This is a water based product and should not remove any laquer finish paint. just be sure to scuff up the surface around the area being treated, so a touch -up coat of rattle can paint will adhere to that area. Hope this answers your question...
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Do I have to sand the rust before applying this product?

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I have a shed in my back yard that is very hard to get to because it is on a hill. If I have to paint after this product that means I will have to make a way to get on top twice.
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Yes.
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Recommended.
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Yes. Just enough to remove scale.
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December 8, 2015
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You don't have to,but it wouldn't hurt to clean it up a little or you might have to apply a second coat.
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Brunswick, GA
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I did not sand my tin roof first. Chose a clear day and used a large paint brush to apply it. I live a half a city bock from the River so everything I have gets rust! Great stuff! ( I and a 68 yr old female) Go for it Girls!
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Yes, It would be advisable to knock off some of the surface rust to be sure that the product gets full penatration into the metal. Once cured, the area is ready to paint.
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August 25, 2015
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This product can be used with untouched rust to turn it to magnetite.
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Does it need to be painted or is it a rust converter & a final paint?

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Does Coroseal need to be painted or is it a rust converter & a final paint?
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Just a primer - turns black when cured - needs a finish coat.
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Rust converter. You need to prime and top coat.
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February 11, 2016
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It does NOT need to be painted. However it CAN be painted.
For more info go to their website and watch how to videos and see technical data http://www.corroseal.com/technical/technicaldata.aspx
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Must be painted when it turns black,keep dry and paint top coat of paint with in a week.
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Yes after the application has cured for the time as per the directions, it will need a final coat or two of paint.
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Can this be used in a iron birdbath?

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Yes it can be used on iron. Follow the instructions for metal prep and painting afterwards.
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Yes.
Reading the label doesn't address cast iron specifically. All "metal" will rust under the right conditions. Rust is rust.
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Yes you can,It well on all metals.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Product Performed Well Corroseal performed as well as advertised. It dried quickly, converting rusty areas to Black. Easy to paint over. For areas inaccessibly by brush, it was put in a plastic bottle and sprayed on. Good value for the qt bottle, covering more than anticipated. Plus: water cleanup, but should have worn gloves as it gets sticky on the hands. Plus: if it gets on any painted areas, it still dries clear. Some others do not dry on paint. If you have a need for a rust converter I would recommend it. Just applied, so cannot comment on the durability or long lasting effect. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seems to work great! Of course only time will tell if this product truly converted the rust but I does appear to have done it's job. The product is a little thick and smells like Elmer's glue. It turned the rust black and has a hard glossy coating to it. I got a spray bottle and applied the product with that, while a brush was also necessary to spread the product and get it into all the tight spots. The product is an acid so please where safety glasses and gloves. A baking soda and water paste will take away the burn if you get any on you. I will be using this product again. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product I purchased this to treat rust areas on the frame and body ,works as advertised. I like that it can also be put in a spray bottle to get hard to reach areas August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rust treatment made easy! Used this on my wrought iron railing rusty area. slapped it onwith a cheap brush, let it dry 24 hrs as per instructions. Finish coat on top.. worked great. Well worth the time and expense. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product The product is easy to apply and clean up and does just what it is supposed to do. I didn't wear gloves and got stained but had no attack or pain. July 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product Great product. Easy to apply. Covers a great deal of surface area. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent product Great product - so easy to use and works great. A real time and labor saver!! July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Worked as intended. Now I'm loving my renewed outdoor chaise lounge! It's beautiful. July 2, 2016
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