Rust-Oleum Receives Popular Mechanics 2010 Editor’s Choice Award Vernon Hills, Ill. – Rust-Oleum has received a Popular Mechanics 2010 Editor’s Choice Award for its ground-breaking Rust-Oleum Automotive aerosols 360-degree any-angle spray technology. Popular Mechanics’ automotive editors singled out the best new products on display at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show on Nov. 2, in Las Vegas. Rust-Oleum Automotive aerosols 360-degree any-angle spray technology was recognized for its outstanding achievement in new product design and innovation. The 360-degree advanced delivery system makes it possible to spray at any angle – even upside down – for those hard-to-reach surfaces. It’s also designed with a comfort tip trigger to reduce finger fatigue and make projects faster and easier, even for inexperienced do-it-yourselfers. Rust-Oleum Automotive products also include finishes, undercoatings, cleaners, removers and solvents. “Receiving the Popular Mechanics 2010 Editor’s Choice Award is a confirmation that our dedication to innovation is paying off,” said Joe Branick, director of Rust-Oleum Automotive. “Our products are designed with the user in mind, and this award is validation that our 360- degree any-angle spray technology is exceeding expectations.” Popular Mechanics (www.popularmechanics.com) is a magazine that helps readers master the modern world. In addition to providing hands-on coverage of personal technology, cars and home improvement, Popular Mechanics reports in depth on the science and technology behind major issues -- including such stories as disaster planning, hydrogen fuel and other energy alternatives, military expenditures, and digital privacy.