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

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darn, didn't really think about it. I am pretty pleased. I wasn't expecting miracles since none of the metal was replaced. We will see how it holds up in the winter. Might be worth getting it actually painted 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.
Go to the loonie store buy a glass jar with a lid, pour it in there and put a plastic bag over the opening and threads, close the lid, then keep it in the fridge, mines last for 10 months so far, just pour pout what your gonna use into a separate container each time.
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83trekker wrote:
Sep 7th, 2015 11:45 am
Go to the loonie store buy a glass jar with a lid, pour it in there and put a plastic bag over the opening and threads, close the lid, then keep it in the fridge, mines last for 10 months so far, just pour pout what your gonna use into a separate container each time.
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Sep 7th, 2015 9:31 am
If you don't want your POR-15 to dry out, the trick is never opening the lid of the can.

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Thanks for the tips.
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Was talking to a dude at a local body shop that restores a lot of old classic cars. He advised that any additional coats be it por15 or additional primers, or colour match top coats, should be done when the por15 is still tacky. If not it will need to be scuffed up with sand paper.
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betamaxman wrote:
Sep 9th, 2015 8:29 am
Was talking to a dude at a local body shop that restores a lot of old classic cars. He advised that any additional coats be it por15 or additional primers, or colour match top coats, should be done when the por15 is still tacky. If not it will need to be scuffed up with sand paper.
Por15 is applied by brush. Does it self leveling? If not, you will see brush mark.
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Moving this to Automotive since the shipping is now more and it was regular price to being with.
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betamaxman wrote:
Jun 26th, 2015 7:26 am
....the stuff is a pain to reseal a larger can.
Great stuff. I usually blast the open can with propane torch - unlit of course, cover with cling film and replace the lid. Never had a problem storing like this.

Clean up while wet with acetone otherwise you'll never get it off - including skin.
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The same item is $20.90 on amazon.com

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