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Old 03-05-2004, 09:14 PM
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POR 15 or simular products

Hi Guys and Gals,
I have read over the post here and can't seem to find any info. on a product called SEM Rust coat. Not sure if that's the exact name, but close. I have a 1964 GTO that i wanted to coat the roof panel on the inside of the car. It has light surface rust on it and i read alot about POR 15 being the perfect product for my situation. The problem is i can't purchase it locally, but can get this SEM product in a rattle spray bomb. Has anyone here ever heard of this product and if so what do you guys think of it.
I was also thinking of using a product called ospho. It's a rust fighter. The problem with it as far as Im concerned is that it seems to take for ever to dry. Has anyone here ever used ospho.
Which is the best way for me to go.
Thanks in advance for any help offered
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Old 03-06-2004, 07:00 AM
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Mail order some POR , you will be impressed. I've used both Ospho and the SEM products, POR beats them hands down.
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Old 03-06-2004, 01:46 PM
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I have used the ospho I liked it. But....I used it once on my grandfathers fence doing a little manual labor for truck cash. Then i brought a bottle home to use on the backsides of my grill and inbetween the bedsides and it took forever to dry. On the fence it took a matter of minutes. I would guess from my experience it should be in the sun and 60+ degress. THe hotter the better. But if you get the stuff to work it is great!!!
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