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Old 09-19-2003, 03:49 PM
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por15 amount and help

Hi, I was reading all the good stuff about por15 on this board and was thinking of trying it out. I was curious exactly how much I would need to do the interior floorpans, trunk, undercarriage and engine bay of a 65 chevelle. Also has anyone ever used their floorpans repair kits? I have some small holes in the floor pans that I have already cleaned up and was planning on welding but it would be a lot easier on me to just use this stuff if its worth it. I'm not looking for a show car just a daily driver. Replacing the floor pans totally is not an option for me at this time due to cost though.

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Old 09-19-2003, 07:53 PM
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I bought a quart, painted 2 coats on my engine bay,fenders, interior floor, rad. support, firewall, and 1 coat on my engine block. and numerous coats on the weight bench/parts rack. i have a little less than a pint left.......
my advice, buy the 6 can mini can pack, as you really will get better results with a fresh can, and unless your planning to do it all in one day, you IMO would be better off with the multiple cans as opposed to the single can that will 'cure' a 1/4" thick layer of por when exposed to atmospheric humidity....
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Thanks, that was what I was thinking of doing. Anyone have any experience with their fiberglass panels as a way to repair small holes?

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