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Por 15 Touch up surface rust repair kit for small areas $48.69 + $19.51 shipping

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Por 15 Touch up surface rust repair kit for small areas $48.69 + $19.51 shipping

Good choice for small fixes as the stuff is a pain to reseal a larger can.
Be sure to where gloves.
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Is this a deal? Regular price as far as I can see
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P.S. The stuff works really well. I used it on a rusty spot a few years ago, and I have yet to see any rust since. Other rust treatments I've used always rusted through again within a year. You have to follow the directions, and yes, wear gloves. The stuff is mighty sticky.
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Just a note. If you need in a pinch some Canadian tires stock it. Seem to remember the price was around 60 with tax. A little more expensive but im aure you can find a generic coupon/way to save a dollars off that.
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RFDNoodle wrote:
Jun 26th, 2015 8:27 am
Or you can order from http://por15canada.com/ and get it for $44 after taxes and shipping...

Is the OP fishing for referral money?
More likely $50, likely no import as made in us. Knew about the 6 pack from por 15 wasn't aware of this kit thought it was an ebay seller compilation.
Referal money? Sure whatever you say.
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GodSendHockey wrote:
Jun 26th, 2015 8:37 am
Just a note. If you need in a pinch some Canadian tires stock it. Seem to remember the price was around 60 with tax. A little more expensive but im aure you can find a generic coupon/way to save a dollars off that.
Better to use the prep steps first. Adds another $40 at cnt. The stuff is also dam hard to reseal and store. This is a better choice for small repairs as it includes all three and also might not be usable there after. You can get por 15 in silver and I think white also now.
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betamaxman wrote:
Jun 26th, 2015 5:02 pm
Better to use the prep steps first. Adds another $40 at cnt. The stuff is also dam hard to reseal and store. This is a better choice for small repairs as it includes all three and also might not be usable there after. You can get por 15 in silver and I think white also now.
Fair enough. Did not realize link was for entire kit. As i understand por15 without the extras works best on rusty metal where it has something to cling to.
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cartfan123 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2015 9:29 am
For people out Whitby / Durham way...you can pick up a small tin of Rust Bullet Automotive for about $17.50 plus tax.

Just another option if it's a small area.

http://www.kapcor.ca/Order/Order.htm

Edit here's a good read of how to apply this stuff

http://www.kapcor.ca/Application/RB%20A ... deline.pdf
Looks interesting, thanks.
The eastwood company also has their variant of rust control.
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Has anyone tried this stuff for fixing rust issues (surface + near rust thru) around the wheel-welds on the quarter panels? How did it work out at the end?
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As good as it gets for surface rusts. If used properly it is sealed as good as new.
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cartfan123 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2015 9:29 am
For people out Whitby / Durham way...you can pick up a small tin of Rust Bullet Automotive for about $17.50 plus tax.

Just another option if it's a small area.

http://www.kapcor.ca/Order/Order.htm

Edit here's a good read of how to apply this stuff

http://www.kapcor.ca/Application/RB%20A ... deline.pdf
They don't sell it there anymore when I called the number on their website.
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Bought some this weekend at Canadian Tire for $60+tax. Might have been a cheaper source, but wanted this long weekend to do it.

I have a 2000 cavilier with 130,000km km on it. Have some rust along the lower edge of both doors.

I wish they had the silver, but have to buy the black and put silver on top of it.

I only used about a third of the can. It seems to go along way. Read the instructions and WEAR gloves. It seems awesome. I wish I had known about it years ago.

I actually thought about painting the entire car with it. You need to put some type of top coat over it since it says it is UV sensitive.

I wish I was better at applying spray paint. I suck at it and can see lines, sort of looks blotchy. But that is okay, at least she doesn't look so ghetto rusty anymore.
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Drakestar wrote:
Sep 6th, 2015 7:31 pm
Bought some this weekend at Canadian Tire for $60+tax. Might have been a cheaper source, but wanted this long weekend to do it.

I have a 2000 cavilier with 130,000km km on it. Have some rust along the lower edge of both doors.

I wish they had the silver, but have to buy the black and put silver on top of it.

I only used about a third of the can. It seems to go along way. Read the instructions and WEAR gloves. It seems awesome. I wish I had known about it years ago.

I actually thought about painting the entire car with it. You need to put some type of top coat over it since it says it is UV sensitive.

I wish I was better at applying spray paint. I suck at it and can see lines, sort of looks blotchy. But that is okay, at least she doesn't look so ghetto rusty anymore.

Any before/after pictures? Would be interested to see how it turned out.

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