Breaking UFO News from Leading News Sources: How Are Those UFOs Never Reported to Have Any Rust Stains on Them?

Did you know that there has been a steady drumbeat of news leading up to the release of U.S. intelligence documents pertaining to unidentified flying objects sometime later this month? Unlike the past, these UFO headlines aren’t in the supermarket tabloids. Instead, they are in The New York Times and The New Yorker.

Here at the world headquarters of Magica rust stain remover, we too have been looking skyward. We find ourselves wondering just how those UFOs are never reported to have any rust stains on them—especially after traveling millions of miles to get to planet Earth. (Perhaps they would like to stop by Oshkosh next month for the annual EAA fly-in event to share their secrets. We are sure they would win top honors for experimental aircraft!)

Here’s what the media has said about the recent UFO news.

What has the government been keeping from the public?

According to The New Yorker, the Pentagon has been running a UFO surveillance program for at least a decade or more. Even the Navy has released videos of purported UFOs, also known as “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAP). In fact, “former C.I.A. director John Brennan admitted, somewhat tortuously, that he didn’t quite know what to think: ‘Some of the phenomena we’re going to be seeing continues to be unexplained and might, in fact, be some type of phenomenon that is the result of something that we don’t yet understand and that could involve some type of activity that some might say constitutes a different form of life.’”

In other words, maybe Mulder and Scully were right: the truth might be out there—way out there.

Why don’t UFOs have rust stains?

We can’t help but wonder what kind of alien technology these UFOs use. It’s hard to recall any article—in a tabloid or a legitimate news source—that has ever reported UFOs damaged by rust stains. That’s pretty impressive when you’re careening through space. Here on our home planet, however, plenty of us deal with rust stains on our cars, trucks, boats and other equipment. If it can happen to our vehicles, why isn’t it happening to theirs?

Luckily, you don’t need to wait for the government to reveal the secrets of alien anti-rust technology. If you’re dealing with rust stains on your own vehicles, the best solution is right here on earth: Magica rust stain remover.

Magica rust stain remover can remove rust stains from just about any surface, from delicate antique fabrics to concrete, metal and more. All you have to do is apply Magica to the rust stain and watch as it disappears right before your eyes. We might not be UFO experts, but our exclusive formula seems a lot like something even the most advanced species would be interested in trying.

When you need your own sophisticated rust stain removal technology, shop online or call us to learn more about Magica. We’d be glad to tell you all about the many ways in which Magica can be used to remove rust stains from all kinds of surfaces!

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