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05-16-2003 05:46 PM
slider in wa H.K. do you have a preferance between POR 15 and zero rust?
Slider in Wa.
05-16-2003 02:44 PM
Halloweenking If zero rust is a polurethane that is moisture hardening nothing will speed it up, it has to cure on its own time.

05-16-2003 01:54 PM
Is Zero Rust a little soft?

I tried Zero Rust on my car yeaterday. Two hours later looked dry tried the fingernail torture test on some overspray. Came off. Today 24 hours later. tried it again. Still came off! The say 14-30 days for full cure. My concern is I am using it on the underside of my daily driver. I need something that cures a little quicker than 14 days. Hair dryer speed things up? It's been a little colder today (50's) then yesterday and raining. That affect it?

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