Do-it-Yourselfers, take note! If you love DIY projects like I do, you may be a Settlement Class Member – a group of people who used one of these products – and you could get a big refund in the Rustoleum Restore Class Action Settlement!
If you purchased an included Rustoleum Restore Product (Deck & Concrete Restore, Deck Restore, Concrete Restore, or Restore 10X) from January 1, 2008 through October 20, 2016, you may be entitled to a refund! And, if your project incurred damage due to the product, you may be entitled to even more money!
Included products were sold nationwide at major home improvement stores such as Home Depot, Lowe’s, True Value, and many more; and at thousands of smaller retailers and suppliers.
Example reimbursement: According to Rustoleum’s website, their Restore 10x product covers 25-30 square feet per gallon with two coats. The Settlement has three tiers, one of which suggests that Class Members who provide proof of a Qualifying Problem as outlined in the lawsuit and will incur costs to repair or replace the area they used this paint on may get as much as a full refund for the product price AND up to $6 per square foot (tier 3). In that case, you could be looking at checks in the amount of $200 per gallon! (estimated)
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