Rust Remover Gas Tank

Rust911 Testimonials

Works The BEST


Posted by Mike C. on Feb 23, 2023

Rust 911 is by far the best product to remove rust I’ve ever seen. Great support as well!! I used this product to remove rust from a Honda four wheeler fuel tank that came from New York used as a snow plow but now resides in Texas. I had to pry the fuel cap off. Rust 911 saved me from having to buy another tank. Honda doesn’t even sell the the tank or fuel cap anymore. The fuel cap Cindy me $85 and the tank would of cost me $180. Thanks again Rust 911!!!! I’ve been a small engine mechanic for over thirty years Trust this product. It’s well worth the money!!!

The Best I Have EVER Used!


Posted by Brent S.

Follow the directions for mixing with water. I have soaked many different tools in this product and has given me the best results. I use a bin with a lid, let tools soak with lid on. Rinse, brush, rinse and dry. I then spray mineral oil(baby oil) on the tools. Works better that WD40 and other spray oils. I am a victim of Hurricane Ian, 7’ of salt water in my garage. Thousands of dollars of tools went for a swim in salt water.

Sorry Evaporust, Rust911 is My New Go-to!


Posted by Ronnie Oct 1, 2023

I ordered Rust911 to see how it would perform compared to my usual go-to for rust removal, which has been Evaporust. It works nearly as well, and I say nearly because Evaporust does work a bit faster/more effective in a crunch of time. However, for the price difference, Rust911 is WAY more cost effective. This concentration just needs to be diluted with water and you're set. It's a quarter of the cost for a greater quantity of product. I'd only wish I'd tried it sooner and saved myself some money. For reference, I use this primarily for derusting old motorcycle fuel tanks and automotive parts. Great stuff! Keep the cost where its at and you've got a lifetime buyer.

Just as Good as Name Brands.


Posted by Ross W. July 13, 2023

This stuff is cheaper than Evaporust so I got it for a rusty motorcycle gas tank I had. I had tried the Vinegar trick with little success due to it flash rusting in literal minutes. After that failure I got this and let it sit for about 3 days and the metal was completely clear of rust. I also didn't have to try flushing the gas tank like crazy with a garden hose or neutralizing any acids since this isn't acidic. For my MC gas tank all I had to do to rinse it out was put in about 3/4 of a gallon and swash it around for about 3-4 minutes; did it once again with another 3/4 of a gallon for another 3-4 minutes and then just filled up the tank with fresh gas. It's been about 4 months since then and my tank is still about 99.9% clear. I never put an epoxy coating in it since I've heard bad things and figured keeping the tank full of gas should be good enough. 99.9% free of rust after 4 months proves this stuff works and won't cause issues like vinegar does. I keep it in a 5 gallon bucket with a lid as well for when I need more of it. Shelf life is a year after opening.

Very Good and Cost Rffective for Bigger Jobs


Posted by Philip on July 1 2023

I wish that I'd taken before pictures, but this product did a very good job of removing rust from several moderately rusted items that just barely fit into a 4 gallon rectangular tub. I only used 16 oz of the concentrate mixed with two gallons of water and then flipped the sides that were not submerged over after about an hour. Worked really well on the cast-iron heavy AC compressor bracket and brake pedal, and still quite good but not as great on the brake pedal bracket, made from thinner stamped steel that likely had some coating. Better results and much more cost-effective than Evaporust. I did hit all of the parts with a brass brush drill attachment first in order to not waste the chemical on stuff that could easily be removed mechanically. Very effective product that I'll buy again when I run out.

Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread


Posted by Mike Parry on Aug 9 2023

When I purchased this product I had a jack that was so rusted it was frozen solid and I thought I would have to throw it away. I thought I would give this product a shot and boy I am glad I did. I followed the instructions and soaked the jack over night and now the jack is working like new. It completely ate the rust away! Thank you for such a wonderful product

How Do They Put All That In a 5-gallon Pail


Posted by Susan S on 11th Jan 2014

Dear Rust911,

I recently purchased your product in the 5 gallon pail a few months ago. I finally had time to use it. I mixed up about half of the liquid and made up 40 gallons that I put in a drum.

I put my engine block into it and took it out the next morning. Originally the block was real rusty, and now its like brand new. after that i put in a steering rack, coil springs, rotors, and some misc. truck parts. It’s still going...

I recommend using this without hesitation. I still have half of a pail left, I can’t wait till the next project.