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Well I ordered some POR-15 and coated my old rusty floor pans. See old pans here
Now this was my first attempt at this so it is far, far, far, far from perfect but I figure it is all under the carpet anyway. Here are some pictures.
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http://rporter.ca/mustang/DriverS.jpg
http://rporter.ca/mustang/PassengerS.jpg
http://rporter.ca/mustang/RearS.jpg
Well there are the pictures of my shiny black floor pans!/forums/images/icons/smile.gif
I yes i know there are missing spots etc, but I think it looks better now though!
 

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We used POR-15 for years and then switched to MasterCoat in the 90's. It has a better lasting rating and the silver actually has aluminum in it. We even use it as a putty that you can grind down when dry. It's perfect for sealing gas tanks, as it's a metal patch over holes. Some of the older POR paint allowed air to eventually seep through and rust re-started, especially on the clear. I haven't heard if this has been resolved, so maybe someone can update me. MasterCoat is sold by PM Industries in NJ.
 

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They do, por15.com. Also consider the Eastwood Company's Corroless. It's a matter of taste which one to use, and you'll find opinions on both sides of the issue here. I personally like Corroless, but Por-15 is a very fine product.

Steve
 
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