Class Eligibility

Class Members of the Rust-Oleum settlement include: “all persons and entities in the United States and its territories who purchased, not for resale, a Restore Product (Deck & Concrete Restore, Deck Restore, Concrete Restore, or Restore 10X) from January 1, 2008 through October 20, 2016.”

NOTE: Restore 10X Advanced, Restore 4X, and other Restore products are not included in the Rust-Oleum class action settlement.

Estimated Amount

Varies, depending on the type of documentation submitted.

Case Name

In re: Rust-Oleum Restore Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability LitigationCase No. 15-cv-01364

District Court for the Northern District of Illinois

Case Summary

The makers of Rust-Oleum Restore are agreeing to settle this lawsuit where the plaintiffs allege that their product prematurely fails by chipping and peeling resulting in additional expenses and failing to meet the promises made by the manufacturer in their marketing claims that describe the products as lasting as long as you own or reside in your home

The plaintiffs assert that this claim is false and the products peel, chip and fade resulting in vulnerabilities to the painted areas

Rust-Oleum denies the allegations but will settle to bring this matter to an end

Settlement Pool





In re: Rust-Oleum Restore Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation Claims Administrator
c/o Kurtzman Carson Consultants (KCC)
P.O. Box 43432
Providence, RI 02940-3432

8 responses to “Rust-Oleum Restore Class Action Settlement”

  1. Matt walmer says:

    I purchased rustoleum from ace hardware to restore a rear end in my k1500 and the enamel chipped off within 1 month of application

  2. Tanya D Rison says:

    I bought it to restore 4 chairs and it sulked and peeled within 5 weeks

  3. Candy Marquar says:

    I purchased rustoleum to recover some metal plates. Within a week it started chippin and the peeled off

  4. Manoucheka dixon says:

    That’s true. I used it & it cracked & peeled off.

  5. Richard E Mansfield says:

    purchased about 20 cans to paint a truck and it chipped

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    I don’t think truck painting was the intended application.

  6. Alan says:

    I bought 11 of 2.72 gal Restore 10X in 2014 for $614.79, have receipts and pics showing product peeled and failed… Had to have the stuff professionally removed from my 30X32 deck which was supposed to have cost me $650 but ended up costing me $975 to get my deck back into the pre-restore 10x condition. What a nightmare… thanks Rustoleum

  7. Kim says:

    We used 4 gallons of it for a fence and in 2 months started peeling its a true mess and we spent literally 4 days applying it exactly as instructed.

    ADMIN – Hi Kim,

    Have you filed your claim?

  8. David Ryan says:

    I used it as a third. Party. I also prepped the entire area with meratic acid. No peeling or adverse side effects so far. Used in Northeast Syracuse area. Curious how it responds

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