Just be sure to go to the bathroom before you use it. I understand it's
VERY hard to remove once you get it on your skin. I would think it might
make an easy process somewhat "hard".
From: Vic Whitmore [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 10:44 AM
To: Robert Gunther
Cc: Spitfire List
Subject: Re: POR15
Great stuff. I would not use anything else for surfaces that don't show to
daylight. It finishes to a nice glossy hard surface and clings like a mad
Some words of wisdom...
It is an epoxy-type of paint that is kicked off by moisture in the air. If
open a can and stir it up, use some and then close the container, it will
to harden in the can. Eventually, it will become useless.
Use small cans. I like the sample sizes the best. They are just a few
Pour out what you need into a working container for the job at hand. Re-seal
POR container ASAP.
Put container in fridge between uses.
Transfer to smaller container to reduce empty volume.
You can reduce it with lacquer thinner to some extent when it gets a bit
I have not done my frame in it but it would be a great barrier to future
rusting. The one problem with this stuff is that it is very hard. To top
with paint, you need to lightly sand and that takes a lot of work.
Robert Gunther wrote:
> Anyone have any experience using POR15 on surface rust?? I'm doing a
> frame off
> restoration and have light surface rust on the floorboards, was thinking
> of using
> POR15 after sanding.
> 75,76,80 Spit being combined into 1
> 80 Fiat Spider (FI)
> 88 Fiero
> Fuel injected self propelled riding lawnmower
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