Fishing Tackle - The Bull Frog Rust Blocker - See It In Action
Fishing Tackle - Simply stick a Bullfrog emitter in any enclosed space where there is metal. Bullfrog Rust Blocker Strips, Cups and Shields contain metal seeking VpCIs® that will migrate throughout the space to form an invisible "Molecular Umbrella" of electrochemical inhibitors that seal metals against the air and moisture that cause rust and corrosion. VpCIs'* automatically protect metal that air can reach, even through paint and coatings.
No nitrates, silicones, phosphates, heavy metals or harmful chemicals.
Won't harm plastics,elastomers or painted surfaces.
Has no affect on electrical, mechanical or chemical performance and no chemical build-up.
Works under extreme conditions.
Each emitter protects an enclosure for a full year.
strip protects areas up tol cubic foot 1 cup protects areas up toll cubic feet 1 shield protects areas up to 100 cubic feet
Protecting your lures...
Most people think of fishing tackle as disposable and the rust that occurs over time as inevitable. Bullfrog has products that can prevent the inevitable and change the way you think of your tackle box and your tackle.
To verify the corrosion protection provided by the Bullfrog Emitter Strip two identical tackle boxes were outfitted with two identical sets of gear. The boxes contained everything from steel leaders and brass hooks to spoons and Rapalas. One box protected by the Bullfrog emitter strip and the other left bare and unprotected. These boxes were placed in an ASTM G-85 cabinet, in laymen's terms a scientific testing chamber that accelerates corrosion.
Inside the chamber the boxes are cycled day and night at elevated temperatures, high and low humidity, cramming many years exposure into a few weeks. The boxes were opened after time and the pictures say it all. Bullfrog Emitter cups really do work and keep tackle from rusting.
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