Have you purchased one of Rust-Oleum’s "Restore" products that failed to properly adhere to the surface on which it was applied?

If so, please submit your information here to participate in the class action lawsuit against Rust-Oleum regarding its defective "Restore" products:



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Rust-Oleum
"Restore" Class Action Lawsuit

ALERT: Consumers who purchased and used a Rust-Oleum "Restore" product that did not properly adhere to the surface on which it was applied.

March 23, 2021, Rust-Oleum markets and sells acrylic coating products marketed as Restore 4X Deck Coat, Restore 2X One Coat Solid Stain, and Rust-Oleum Restore Deck Start Wood Primer (“Rust-Oleum's Restore Products”). Rust-Oleum's Restore Products are applied to outdoor wooden decks, concrete patios, and similar structures requiring periodic upkeep due to wear-and-tear and exposure to the elements. Rust-Oleum's Restore Products are marketed to consumers seeking to repair and revitalize their existing decking, patios, and other outdoor structures.

It has been alleged in a class action lawsuit that Rust-Oleum's Restore Products are defective and prone to failure and, contrary to Rust-Oleum’s advertisements and representations, are plagued by flaws causing them to fail to adhere properly to underlying surfaces. It has been further alleged that, despite proper product application, Rust-Oleum's Restore Products chip, flake, degrade, peel, strip, and otherwise deteriorate, prematurely and fail to furnish the advertised preservation and restorative properties to the patios, decks, and other structures on which these products are applied.

If you purchased one of Rust-Oleum's Restore Products that chipped, flaked, degraded, peeled, stripped, deteriorated, or otherwise failed to properly adhere to the surface on which it was applied and would like to join the class action lawsuit regarding these products, please submit your information via the contact form above.