Rust Inhibiting System protects metal on vehicles.

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RustBustR(tm) Rust Inhibiting System utilizes cathodic protection to protect metals from premature oxidation. Its 2 x 3 in. brick combines zinc alloy with strong magnet, and is attached inside frames/panels of vehicles by electrically conductive adhesive. No outside electrical source or training is needed for installation. RustBustR stores electrons, and supplies them to other metals in vehicles.



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New Product Virtually Eliminates Rust on Cars, Trucks & Boats RustBustR(tm) simplifies "cathodic protection" to spare metals from premature oxidation


New Product Virtually Eliminates Rust on Cars, Trucks &
Boats RustBustR(tm) simplifies "cathodic protection" to
spare metals from premature oxidation

(Meeker, Oklahoma) - Its a simple fact of nature that rust that will inevitably appear on almost every piece of metal over the course of time. Now a new product called the RustBustR(tm) Rust Inhibiting System is using a unique process to prevent that problem from occurring prematurely.

The patent-pending RustBustR(tm) is 2 x 3 inch brick that combines a zinc alloy with a strong magnet and is attached to the inside frame/panel of the vehicle by an electrically conductive adhesive. The product targets the detrimental oxidation process of metals and helps
deter it before rust can form. The RustBustR(tm) uses a well-known method called "cathodic protection" that has been used by the U.S. Navy for more than 100 years to prevent vessels from rusting. "Using cathodic protection to inhibit rust is not a new method, but the way the RustBustR(tm) incorporates the process is new," says inventor Glen Morgan of GEMCO Enterprises, LLC of Meeker, Oklahoma. "Unlike some current cathodic rust inhibitors on the market, RustBustr(tm) requires no outside electrical source and no special tools or training to install."

How The RustBustR(tm) Works:

Most vehicles and boats are made up of several different types and grades of metals. Anytime two or more different metals are put together an electrolysis action occurs causing a loss of electrons from one metal to another. That loss of electrons combined with moisture and salts causes an oxidizing reaction, which we know as rust. RustBustR(tm) acts to store those beneficial electrons and supplies them to the other metals in your vehicle or boat. As RustBustR(tm) gives off its electrons; it is protecting the metals by preventing the oxidation process from beginning. RustBustR(tm) actually sacrifices itself so the other metals in you car can stay relatively corrosion free.

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