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Anyone used POR-15 on rockers or...

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Madbomber88, Apr 19, 2001.

  1. Madbomber88

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    Anyone used POR 15 on rockers or lower door sections with success?
     
  2. Emmettology 101

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    I personally haven't, but it seems to be a good idea. Although POR15 recomends a sepcial top coat on the POR15 product if you are goign to use it in an area that is subjected to direct sunlight.

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  3. CaptCrunch

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    Yup... works awsome! Usually coat both sides.

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    Is the POR-15 like all the rest of those rust Eliminators? I used Naval Jelly and it works pretty good. Haven't heard of POR15 till I got on CK5.

    Will work for beer, parts and tools.
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    Aw man... This stuff is great. I was just going on to Boss about it. This is the only thing I have ever used on rust that has worked. Just make sure you prep it good... clean w/ a wire brush and then soap and water works. I came across it before anyone really knew of it about 4 yrs ago when I worked in a hotrod shop in Philly. Great stuff... get's hard as a rock when it dries. Is UV sensative, but you can coat it to protect it from color fading. Also they have different types... clear is easier to smooth for body panels... silver has more metal in it so it is great for highly rusted or pitted areas. They also have this filler stuff that comes in a tube. Like bondo but doean't shrink... OH MY.. I love this stuff... at 10 bucks a tube it is a little more then bondo , but 100 times better. Check it out at <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.por15.com>http://www.por15.com</A> You can order right online... a pint is like $29. I tell ya I sound like I sell the stuff... haha... Seriously great stuff... you won't be disappointed.

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