HinderRust FAQs

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Frequently Asked Questions

HinderRUST is a solvent-free rust inhibitor, rust prevention and corrosion protection lubricant for all your essential equipment. There are many uses for HinderRUST in different industries. Corrosion is a worldwide problem and HinderRUST’s inventor Franklin Reick took the issue head-on. Please watch the video for more information about HinderRUST.

According to Wikipedia, rust is stated as this,

“Rust is a general term for describing iron oxides. In colloquial usage, the term is applied to red oxides, formed by the reaction of iron and oxygen in the presence of water or air moisture. There are also other forms of rust, such as the result of the reaction of iron and chloride in an environment deprived of oxygen, such as rebar used in underwater concrete pillars, which generates green rust. Several forms of rust are distinguishable visually and by spectroscopy, and form under different circumstances.[1] Rust consists of hydrated iron(III) oxides Fe2O3·nH2O and iron(III) oxide-hydroxideFeO(OH)·Fe(OH)3”

According to HinderRUST, rust is a problem that can destroy expensive equipment, cars, machines, and paint. Watch this video of Frank Reick using an FEI Electronic Microscope showcasing the molecular structure of rust.

That’s a great question. Franklin Reick prides himself on only placing the best products out in the market. HinderRUST’s sister product, Tufoil, is the world’s best lubricant. Watch this video of how HinderRUST reacts with salt water and it will answer your question.

Yes! Watch this video of Franklin Reick taking a piece of manufacturing equipment and lubricating it to make it work again.

Seeing is believing. Please see this video of HinderRUST in action. Two pieces of metal have been exposed to rust-causing conditions. Compare the control piece to the piece coated with HinderRUST after 2 weeks of exposure. You be the judge.



Try HinderRUST today and we are sure you will never need another rust prevention product.

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