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Old 01-08-2007, 09:07 PM
 
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Any one have any thought on using Pore15 as a primer? Is it as tough as 'THEY' say it is? I am thinking about using it as a prime under a urethane coating inside of the trunk up the fire wall and floor pans.

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Do a search on por-15. This has been discussed alot.
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i have use por 15 and it ok, after two years it flaked off and break fluid eats it right now!!! i used something new to me its called rust bullet and i put it on my bare metal after i did patches because i knew it would be some time befor i got back to it. well about 3 months later when i was using a chemical stripper on my body the parts with rust bullet did not strip off very well. i ended up sanding off those spots, the stripper worked great with the factory paint. good luck jason
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none of it works. all it will do is hide the rust for a while.
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Do a search on POR 15, Then remove the rust and use a good epoxy primer.
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