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Old 08-10-2010, 03:04 PM
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I've always bought it online. In the six pack of pints so I have a longer shelf life on a quart.
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Anybody have any ideas of local distributors?
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Old 08-10-2010, 03:17 PM
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Anybody have any ideas of local distributors?
You'l have to start calling your local paint stores
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Old 08-10-2010, 03:21 PM
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Hi bowtiehatr
The rustbuleet and chassis black are compatible? the chassis black is from por15?
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The front wheel hubs are painted with POR-15 on my truck. They've been apart a few times, soaked in parts cleaning solvent, and after one year they still look brand new. They have faded slightly. This stuff is pretty scratch resistant too.

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Derek....did you coat it with the topcoat?
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I might have to do the rear rims on my van. The salt water is starting to rust them.
Sometimes I have them in the water at the boat ramp.
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Does anybody know if it is possible topcoat with rustoleum in por15?
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Derek....did you coat it with the topcoat?
Nope, just the basic POR-15.

This is how it looks after one year.. Still has a fine luster to it, but nothing overly shiny. I should drive it during the winter and put this product through its paces, but nahhh...



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