I've been using POR-15 more as an experiment than anything else and am
very satisfied so far. I'm restoring a 250 and using the metal prep and then
applying the POR15. It goes on real easy and a second coat really makes it
I been using a bristle brush and clean up with paint thinner. No problem.
However if you get it on your skin and don't clean/wipe away quickly with
you will have to let it wear off. They warn you on the can.
As corey said putting in smaller glass or plastic containers is a good
CD5617L-Someday it will be back on the road
PS: anyone going to the "A Touch of Britain" in Rothsville, Pa. 3 miles
from my house.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Packard" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "6pack (E-mail)" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2002 11:14 PM
Subject: POR 15
> On July 4, I bought a "no rust" TR250 from a guy in Milwaukee and drove it
back to North Carolina. After getting in and under it, there was plenty of
body rust and lots of chassis issues including bracing and sistered members
throughout. I have found a good TR6 frame to start from fresh. I have
gotten advice to use POR-15 to paint the chassis as long as I leave the
surface rust, wear gloves and don't get it on my face since it would take
weeks to come off. Has anyone had experience with POR 15, good or bad?