Cut edge corrosion is essentially rust that forms on the edges of metal cladding due to a lack in coating once cut and installed. During the manufacturing process, cladding is coated with a protective layer; however, when the cladding is cut to fit the size of your property, the edge becomes exposed. Without spraying a sufficient coating on the exposed areas after installation, your property may be at risk of cut edge corrosion. You can find out more information about this topic in our detailed article.