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What is the best and quickest source for POR 15.
I am in the middle of ripping out my cowl air vents and need some ASAP.

I have never bought this before and was wondering.

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Jimbo -
POR has a website: www.por15.com. I ordered some there. I have also seen it in JC Whitney (although the last thing I ordered has been a week and hasn't come, yet) and in Hemmings. I have not seen it in any retail outlets (perhaps I wasn't looking closely). Eastwood's (www.eastwoodcompany.com) got some stuff called Corroless that is pretty good. Good luck!

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Jimbo65,

Contact Restomotive labs. They directed me to a west coast distributor, and I ended up buying it from a paint/refinishing shop about 7 miles from the office. Good luck, and make sure to cover anything you don't want black up, as that POR-15 gets into everything. I wore a pair of latex gloves, followed by longsleeve shirt, and taped a second pair of gloves over the end of the sleeve of the shirt. Still got some on my arm (bled through the shirt).

Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat

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Hey guys

Should I prepare the area with marine-clean or metal-ready or both first. Or just apply the POR15 to the area?

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