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http://www.por15.com/prodinfo.asp?grp=1&dept=1

"LABORATORY TEST RESULTS POR-15® was tested for 168 hours at 97°F in a condensing humidity salt spray (ASTM B117). At the end of the test period, coated steel was free of rust or pitting. Acid and alkali resistance tests performed found panels coated with POR-15® to be impervious to gasoline, oil, chromic acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, sodium hydroxide, caustic soda, 50% sulfuric acid, and 50% hydrofluoric acid. POR-15® was applied over a rusty substrate as a finish coat (approximately 23 mils dry film thickness). The coating showed essentially no undercutting at the scribed area after 2000 hours in a weatherometer*."
 

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I have no direct experience with it, other than seeing it used in my dead buddy's body shop on the cheaper frame offs.

It's pretty thin, so it spreads out and fills cracks nicely. Not a lot of prep work needs to be done. Just basically degrease it, dry it, and apply the POR15.

Just whatever you do, don't get it on you, or plan on wearing it for a while if you do. The stuff is about impossible to remove.
 
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