Rust Removal Service Now Open in Twin Tiers, Elmira Corning Area
Esprit Rust Removal Service in the Twin Tiers, Elmira Corning area is now open for business. Using our exclusive rust remover concentrate,
we can remove rust from rusted car parts, machine tools, hand tools, antiques etc., virtually any rusted item. In the future, our rust removal business
will expand to include larger items which cannot be immersed in the rust remover.
Contact us via email today for an estimate. Please include all details and photos, if possible, of your rusted object.
We are also looking for highly motivated individuals to open
their own rust removal shops both locally and throughout the US
using Esprit Performance rust remover. We can customize your rust removal shop by offering a variety of
equipment, our exclusive industrial rust remover concentrate and
Even in these tough economic times, rust never sleeps. Now more
than ever, a metal part or casting that would be discarded, now must
be rescued and salvaged. Rusted car parts, machined parts with
superficial rust, antiques, tools, tractors, marine parts etc.
Rescue virtually any rusted ferrous metal object for profit!
Get paid to remove rust.
Start your rust removal business today!
NEW! 5-Gallon rust remover Concentrate recirculation
KIT makes 50 gallons of rust remover for de-rusting large objects. Kit
5-Gallons, Esprit Performance Rust Remover with Metal
(Makes 50 gallons, add 45 gallons water)
12VDC Electric fluid pump (immersion type, 600 Gallon
per hour rating)
10 Feet 5/8 hose (attaches pump to customer supplied
shower heads, drip pipes, etc.)
ON SALE NOW, ONLY $395.50
Metal rescue for all steel and cast iron. Start your car, truck,
motorcycle, tool, antique, gun, etc. rust removal business. Help to
rescue salvageable parts, valuables, artifacts, virtually any rusted
Also perfect to mix and immerse rusted objects in plastic 55
gallon drums. Great for machine shops wanting to eliminate dangerous
acids for rust removal on engine blocks, cylinder heads, oil pans,
valve covers, axles, gearboxes, drive shafts, etc. Virtually
anything that will fit in a 55-gallon drum!
A 'keep it simple' approach works well.
- Decide if it will be a small home-based, or small commercial
type operation. You may want to check with your local authorities
- How will you advertise? Internet, newspaper, radio, TV, signs,
business cards, flyers, etc. are all feasible, but take your time
here, and do your homework.
- Internet : build a website or advertise? We know from experience
that building and maintaining a website can be very time consuming
and can be disappointing. It is quite difficult to achieve high
search engine rankings. PLUS: if you have to pay someone to do this, you
are better off advertising locally. Shipping costs would also have
to be considered.
- How much space do you have? Is your lighting good enough?
- MORE TO COME!