I think maybe because it takes so long to dry (sometimes after 24 hours
it's still a little sticky) it has a lot of time to flow out and get nice
and smooth. I've never had much trouble with that aspect of it. I don't
use foam brushes, either. It seems that foam brushes would give you even
less reason for concern.
The one problem that I have had is with air bubbles. I think because it is
a little on the thick side, it must hold air pretty well. When I see them,
I try to get rid of them while it's still wet. I've had little sharp
points where there had been air bubbles in the past, so I just watch for
I used gloss POR under the fenders of my '50 and it's doing really well.
Holds up great against all of the things that hit against the under side
of the fenders, and it washes clean really easily.
On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, tim wrote:
> POR15 flows quite well, in my experience. I used foam brushes to paint
> it onto my gas tank, and I could hardly tell that it had been brushed
> Tim Lloyd, firstname.lastname@example.org
> 1954 Chevy 3100 Pickup "Peanut"
> 1954 Chevy 3100 Panel "Being paid for"
> On Oct 27, 2003, at 8:01 AM, Mark Self wrote:
> > I would like to paint the inner fender panels of my '55 1st AD with
> > POR 15. I
> > would like to do it in gloss black. My question: Does POR 15 flow
> > well?
> > Would brushing it on with foam brushes give an acceptable finish, or
> > does it
> > have to be srayed on? I don't do too ewell with a spray and I'm
> > concerned
> > about ruining my gun with POR 15. Thoughts, comments>
> > Thanks in advance.
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