Does anyone know what happened to the product called Corrolless from the Eastwood Company? I can't find it anymore in their listings or catalog, though I now see a product called "Rust Encapsulator"....? I have sandblasted a lot of stuff on my truck and 98% of the metal is totally clean. There are some areas where a slight rust pitting exists. I've blasted them as well as I could, but there's probably a slight amount of residual rust in the "pores"..... Corrolless was an "etching primer" I believe. It was a brick red color, and could be painted over with any paint. I used their Chassis Black paints over it with good results in the past.....but now I'm not sure what product might be best. I keep reading about POR-15, but I'm not sure that is the correct product for "clean" metal....it seems that it's main selling point is that you can just brush it over rusty metal and it reacts chemically to stop it. If there is no rust to "react" with, I am left wondering whether it is going to be an effective "first coating" for my restoration work....???