Hyde's Serum Rustopper

Hyde's Serum RustopperDiscontinued

Spray from water or wheel cleaners can quickly form a layer of rust on your brake rotors, which creates an eyesore against the backdrop of a beautifully detailed car. Hyde's Serum Rustopper prevents the rust from occurring so that your car presents perfectly. Turn an eyesore into eye candy with Hyde's Serum Rustopper!

Hyde's Serum Rustopper saves your frustration. Cleaning and detailing your wheels is time intensive. After cleaning all of the grime, road debris and brake dust from every square, impossible-to-reach, inch with a myriad of swabs and brushes, you stand back up, rub your achy back and grab the hose. The second you start to rinse the wheels clean, nature begins to undo your results. The majority of cars are equipped with iron brake rotors, which begin to rust the second water hits the surface.

Creating a reflective, clean, well-detailed wheel and a perfectly dressed, rich black tire is time- consuming work. Unfortunately, a pristine wheel only highlights the dirty-orange, rusty brake rotor you would like to hide. By spraying Hyde's Serum Rustopper onto your brake rotor after rinsing, you will prevent the formation of rust, and ensure that your hard work doesn’t get noticed for the wrong reasons.

Once your brake rotors rust, there is only one way to clean them: by driving your car. The brake pads will scrub the rotors clean, but the rust only has one place to go - all over your freshly detailed wheels. Now you have to contort back to the impossibly uncomfortable position with a hand full of rags or live with dirty wheels. Keep Hyde's Serum Rustopper next to your wheel cleaner, brushes, and hose. Give the brake rotor a few mists before you move onto the next wheel, and enjoy well-detailed, rust-free wheels.

Directions For Use:
  1. After cleaning wheel and braking system, rinse thoroughly with water and let excess water drip for several seconds.
  2. From a close distance, apply liberally to brake rotor surface, spraying in a sweeping motion around the rotor face at least two times.
  3. The liquid may fizz as it reacts with the iron rotor.
  4. Finally, wipe any excess liquid inside wheel.