Import Tuner Magazine took some old rusty junk and made it like new by using Metal Rescue® Rust Remover Bath from Workshop Hero™. They found a badly rusted Subaru EJ20 oil baffle plate and soaked it in the solution.
Author Jeff G. Holt writes about his experience de-rusting a set of big-twin Flathead jugs! He dunked one in Metal Rescue and left one out to show a side by side comparison of how well Metal Rescue works, without you doing any of the work.
Metal Rescue® was featured in Auto Restoration 101 online blog. The article was written by Steve Nicholson. He used Metal Rescue on a Pexto bead roller. This article is complete with before and after pictures of Steve demonstrating the process of removing the rust with Metal Rescue®.
METAL RESCUE™ FEATURED AGAIN! THIS TIME IN MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS MAY/JUNE 2012 ISSUE
The article is titled, “Cool Finds, New Stuff for Old Bikes”. It goes on to talk about how great of a product Metal Rescue® is for rust removal and that it is a non-hazardous water-based solution. Motorcycle Classics also goes on to write that our website www.metalrescue.com shows Metal Rescue® being used inside and out of a Yamaha dirt bike gas tank, on metal and plastic, and leaving the plastic untouched!
METAL RESCUE™ PHOTOS ARE USED AGAIN! THIS TIME FEATURED IN THE APRIL 2012 ISSUE OF ENGINE BUILDER
One of the Metal Rescue® product demonstration pictures was recently used to prove that sometimes salvaging parts means rust removal, not grease removal in the April 2012 issue of Engine Builder Magazine. The article is titled “Cleaning Engine Parts: Can You? Should You? Written by Doug Daufman.
METAL RESCUE IS ATTRACTING “GREEN” CONSUMERS!
In an article in the Hot Rod Restoration April 2012 issue, Delvin Smith writes about “ADDING THE FINISHING TOUCH”. The article goes on to say that many shops now are converting from solvent based paints to water based paints, not only for the environmental aspects, but for cleaner and more vibrant colors. Metal rescue fits right in to the “Green” workshop, because it is a non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-acidic, water based rust remover.
METAL RESCUE™ MAKES IT FOR “WHATS WORKING?” IN ARTICLE, SHOP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT, OF THE PERFORMANCE BUSINESS MAGAZINE APRIL 2012 ISSUE BY JOHN CAROLLO
Performance Business featured Metal Rescue® in the April 2012 issue about repairing shop tools and equipments written by John Carollo. Metal Rescue® is one of only a select few products that were featured in the article and considered “the hottest products” out there.
METAL RESCUE™ IS ONE OF “TWO RUST-FIGHTING PRODUCTS THAT WORKED FOR ME,” REVIEW IN THE AUTO RESTORER MARCH 2012 ISSUE WRITTEN BY VETERAN READER BOB SWARTZ AFTER USING METAL RESCUE ON HIS POWER STEERING
Vice President, David Yancho wrote a letter to Auto Restorer: How-To Guide for Car and Truck Enthusiasts about a previous article “The (ongoing) Tale of Three MGT’s, Pt.3 “trapping” caustic acids and how it would later “show its ugly head.” Metal Rescue not having that issue, Yancho asked Auto Restorer to give Metal Rescue another test for its readers. Coincidentally, Veteran reader Bob Swartz wrote a review for Metal Rescue, “Two Rust-Fighting Products that Worked for me.” In the review, Swartz talks about his rusted power steering cooler and after using Metal Rescue how “GREAT” it came out saying that it “flushed out loads of black gunk.” Swartz goes on to say at the end of the article, “this will save [people] plenty of effort and damaged knuckles.”
METAL RESCUE™ MAKES IT ON THE LIST OF MICHIGAN-MADE FAVORITES IN AN ARTICLE BY NATIONAL RADIO HOME IMPROVEMENT SHOW HOST GLENN HAEGE
Glenn Haege, national home improvement radio talk show host, newspaper columnist and author, featured Metal Rescue® in his December 30, 2011, Detroit News column “Michigan Firms Boost Home Improvements.” In the column, Haege talks about his favorite home improvement products that are manufactured in his home state of Michigan. Metal Rescue® is one of only a select few products that made the list and is “on the radar” of the master handyman.
Pam Melton, digital publisher of an internet infotainment network for women, covering home improvement, gardening, sports and products, found us last spring at the National Hardware Show and gave Metal Rescue® a try. She posted an article recapping her experience on the How TV website and lets just say her derusted parts and her comments are glowing! Pam even took it one step further and filmed a one minute video to chronicle the before and after of her project and seeing is believing isn’t it? Check out both the article and the video at the links provided.