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Re: [T3] POR 15.. my final verdict.

<x-flowed>Just to add my experience to the collective knowledge.....

I did the floor pans of Sophy (inside and out) with POR-15 two summers and one winter ago. (yes I drove her in the Michigan winter...but not this year) The POR has held up to this torture test well.

I even used the POR as the resin for a bit of fiberglass patch repair on the driverside floorpan and this has held up really well.

I also bought a floor pan for Jane from Jim Adney when I first picked up Sophy. The floorpan had been leaning outside in the Wisconsin winters for a number of years and then proceeded to lean against the outside of my garage until this summer. Anyway, I hated to see the POR on the brush go to waste when I was working on Sophy, so used the floorpan to clean the bulk of the POR from the brush. I had wire brushed the bottom of the floorpan to get the dirt and weeds and loose rust scale from the bottom, but nothing else. No wire wheeling, no sand blasting, no Metal Ready. I went out in the garage tonight and looked over the floorpan and can see no rust coming through any of the POR painted surface yet and most of it is 18+ months old and most of it is a single coat that was exposed to the sun.

I am happy with the results and will continue to use it.  YMMV.

John Jaranson
'66 Square (Sophy)
'71 Fasty (Jane - darkside project in waiting)
various parts.....don't we all.

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