I learned a GREAT POR 15 economy trick. DONT open the
can lid. Instead, poke a small hole in the lid with a
punch or nail. Pour out just what you need for the
job. Then seal it with a sheet metal screw (tip it
once so the POR will make a good seal)
--- Dennis Larson <DLLarson1@Frontiernet.net> wrote:
> I"ve used POR 15 quite a bit. It's great stuff.
> Just wear gloves when you
> use it unless you want to wear it for awhile. DO
> not put it on threads of
> bolts. Heads would be ok. It will not ever come
> off if put on correctly.
> When cleaning an area for application do not take
> all the rust off. IF the
> metal is to clean it won't stick. It's expensive
> but good. Poor what you
> think you will need into another container, and you
> cannot pour it back.
> Keep the lid groove on the can clean and when thru
> place some cellophane over
> the top of the can first then put the lid on. I"ve
> been told to turn the can
> over and store it on its lid after being opened.
> The shelf life of a
> previously opened can is not that great, a month or
> 2 so try to use it all up
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