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Surface Preparation

Clean the surface by removing dirt, dust, loose rust with a cloth and wire brush. Also remove stains by cleaning the surface with water or wiping it with a damp cloth. Wipe off water droplets after cleaning the surface with water. Even if the surface is damp, the product can be applied. The product can be applied to a previously applied coat. If there is rust on the coat, the coat should be removed with steel wool before applying directly to the rust.


Since it is water-based, it may spatter during application. Apply after masking the uncoated places with masking tape and a sheet. When the product is applied to the wrong place, wipe it off immediately.


In some cases, pigments may sink to the bottom of the can. Make sure to turn the can upside down and shake it well before opening. Additionally, hold the can firmly and stir the product well from top to bottom with a stick or stirring machine.

While using the product, periodically stir it well to ensure that the contents remain evenly dispersed. If air bubbles are generated after shaking the product, wait until the bubbles are gone before using it.

Transfer amount needed to another container

The amount required for a project will vary depending on where it is applied. Use the product after transferring the appropriate amount to a clean container according to application.

Use the product as is if certain that the entire amount will be used.

*Leftover paint can be stored for about six months.

We highly recommend using only the required amount of the product, as it cannot be stored once it has become diluted.


To obtain the proper viscosity, dilute the product with 0% to 5% of tap water.

*When the rust is tough and severe, apply the first coat by diluting at a ratio of 1:1 with tap water, which enables the product to penetrate deeply into the rust.

Then apply a second coat at the regular dilution ratio (0% to 5%).


Apply product by brush, roller, spray gun, or airless spray when using.

Conversion Reaction

If the coated surface is black or brownish, this indicates rust is converting.

The shade of color depends on the condition of the rust, the environment, and the type of metal.

Even when discoloration is not detected, the user can be certain that it is working properly.

*Applying a second coat is recommended for maximum protection*