Class Eligibility

You may be included in the Settlement Class if you are a person or entity in the United States and its territories who purchased, not for resale, a Rescue It! or Revitalize Product during the Class Period (January 1, 2013 – April 27, 2017),

Estimated Amount

Varies

  • Reimbursement for the purchase price paid for any Rescue It! or Revitalize Product purchased during the Class Period;
  • Reimbursement of amounts paid to remove the Rescue It! or Revitalize Products. Settlement Class Members are eligible to receive $2 multiplied by the square footage of the area to which the Rescue It! Product was applied, multiplied by the percentage of that area that had a Qualifying Problem requiring product removal; or
  • Reimbursement of amounts paid to replace decks or other structures as a result of a Qualifying Problem. Settlement Class Members are eligible to receive $6 multiplied by the square footage of the area to which the Rescue It! or Revitalize Product was applied, multiplied by the percentage of that area that had a Qualifying Problem requiring replacement.

Proof of Purchase

Yes

Case Name

Traxler, et al. v. PPG Industries Inc., et al.,
Case No. 1:15-cv-00912-DAP
District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division

Case Summary

Plaintiffs claim that the Rescue It! and Revitalize products contain design flaws that cause them to fail to adhere properly to the underlying decking or substrate, causing the products to routinely peel, crack, and bubble, and cause damage to the property to which they are applied. The defendant denies the allegations

Settlement Pool

$6,500,000

Deadline

8/24/2018

Contact


Rescue It! Claims Administrator
c/o Angeion Group
1801 Market Street, Ste 660
Philadelphia, PA 19103
1-888-557-3480
RescueIt@AdministratorClassAction.com

13 responses to “Olympic Rescue It! Class Action Settlement”

  1. Tim Gibson says:

    Hi , I received in the mail today the paper work for the PPG law suit . I have emails and pictures and replies back from PPG. It was a lot of work I had to rent a floor sander to sand my decks surface, and my deck was 15 foot by 48 foot . I rented a floor sander for 3 days and used several sander belts . I have pictures and responses from PPG, If you please contact me for the information I have that would be great .

    Thank you,
    Tim Gibson
    502-295-2459

    ADMIN – Hi Tim,

    Please note that we are not the class action administrator thus we are unable to call you back.

  2. carmine mszzei says:

    yes I have used the rescue it sealer on my deck was not happy with results after six to eight months needed to be redone back to home depot they say get in touch with Olympic that they only sell it

    ADMIN – Hi Carmine,

    File a claim. You are a class member.

  3. Kenneth Shareef says:

    How can I submit a claim

    ADMIN – Hi Kenneth,

    Scroll up and look for the link that takes you to the claim form. Follow the instructions provided by the class action administrator.

  4. Deborah A Andrews says:

    Bought all of the recommended products as well. The product still failed and destroyed the boards. We ended up replacing the deck

    ADMIN – Hi Deborah,

    I hear you. Super frustrating. We are so glad this settlement is holding them accountable.

  5. Margaret Huddleston says:

    I have bought the paint. 3 years ago. used it on decks . NO GOOD . flakes off decks are a mess now. BUT i thought it qouls work, Can I still claim it . I have no receipt

    ADMIN – Hi Margaret,

    Do you still have the deck?

  6. Susan Carter says:

    I wonder if anyone has filed a lawsuit like this with their other stains. I had an entire new deck rot in two years due to water being trapped under the stain when it peeled up. I’m furious.
    Olympic Maximum solid color stain is what I used. We have had to entirely rebuild our deck. Mind you the front porch hasn’t had this stain and is still perfect after 15 years. I thought I was being proactive.

    ADMIN – Hi Susan,

    Rustoleum had a similar settlement.

  7. william mcgary says:

    used the paint on two doors had to repaint them one year later.paint fell off,

  8. Holly Fens says:

    I used the product. I submitted a claim. When would I possibly receive, if any, a portion of the settlement?

    ADMIN – Hi Holly,

    Please contact the class action admin with your question

    RescueIt@AdministratorClassAction.com

  9. Donna Ellis says:

    we did buy with from Home Depot buy had to redo the deck after 9 months

    ADMIN – Hi Donna,

    It sounds like you a are a class member. By all means file a claim.

  10. THERESE GLENNON says:

    TERRIBLE PRODUCT!! IT LOOKS SO NICE WHEN YOU PUT IN ON, BUT AFTER A FEW MONTHS, IT PEELS AND SCALES OFF.

  11. Gene Silva says:

    Similar problem, deck rotting thru and underneath supports are bouncy.Our deck is 1600 sq.ft. and spent alot of time prepping and applying this product only for it to last only 6 months or so. It is mildewing, galvanized nails are rusting thru, peeling but the worst is the rotting. I am 60 years old and have to rip out and replace this deck?

    ADMIN – Hi Gene,

    The settlement has provisions for removal as indicated below:
    Reimbursement for the purchase price paid for any Rescue It! or Revitalize Product purchased during the Class Period;
    Reimbursement of amounts paid to remove the Rescue It! or Revitalize Products. Settlement Class Members are eligible to receive $2 multiplied by the square footage of the area to which the Rescue It! Product was applied, multiplied by the percentage of that area that had a Qualifying Problem requiring product removal; or
    Reimbursement of amounts paid to replace decks or other structures as a result of a Qualifying Problem. Settlement Class Members are eligible to receive $6 multiplied by the square footage of the area to which the Rescue It! or Revitalize Product was applied, multiplied by the percentage of that area that had a Qualifying Problem requiring replacement.

  12. norman poole says:

    CLAIM# CLMOOOO8785 want to settle this guickly. not happy with no response. please send your representive to view this catastrophy. Dr. Norman Poole 254/624/9319

    ADMIN – Hi Dr. Norman,

    I am not the class action administrator. Think about us as a newspaper for class actions.

  13. Deanne Kucharczyk says:

    I sent in paperwork last year and have had no response
    Can you tell me if you have my information?
    Deanne

    ADMIN – Hi Deanne,

    Have you tried contacting the class action administrator?

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