Rustopper effortlessly prevents rust from forming on brake rotors and “rust dust” (the initial brake dust on clean wheels) after cleaning wheels and braking systems. There’s nothing worse for enthusiasts, detailers and dealerships than spending hours cleaning a vehicle only to step back and see the dreaded orange rusted brake rotors and “rust dust” on clean wheels after the first drive. Most of the time, the rotors have to be wiped down or vehicles are driven around the block for the brakes to scrub the rust off but this requires the wheels to be wiped down again to remove the “rust dust”. Rustopper’s Acid-free, pH-neutral formula will not attack wheel coatings, lug nuts or braking systems. Rustopper is safe on all types of steel and alloy wheels (including chrome and polished wheels), anodized finishes and single stage paints.
How It Works
Rustopper is designed to aid in water evaporation while preventing corrosion from forming on brake rotors and braking components without leaving any form of residue on the brake rotor surface. Rustopper does not leave any film, residue or trace of the product on brake rotors as that would be a safety concern. The goal of Rustopper is to stop the flash rust from forming and dusting freshly cleaned/sealed/waxed wheels in orange rust dust.
Directions for Use
After cleaning wheel and braking system, rinse thoroughly with water. While brake rotor is still wet, spray Rustopper liberally on brake rotor surface in a sweeping motion and allow to dry. Finally, wipe any excess liquid inside wheel. Do not apply in direct sunlight. Do not apply to hot wheels or hot braking system.