POR15 is a top notch product, but it is a little tricky to work with. Since it dries to a gloss finish, you need to sand the gloss off before top coating. Another product I've been hearing good things about is Zerorust. You might want to look into that one as well. I'm probably going to give it a try as soon as I run out of my POR15 stash.qweakers said:or would be better to por15 and then have it painted normally. this is going to get down all over the car; inside outside, underneath, in cracks, where ever i can get to. not really or a budget just rather save money to put it some where else if the results are going to turn out good. also what does everyone think of striping the seam sealer over and fully welding the chassis. thanks again for any input
As for fully welding the chassis, I wouldn't recommend it. You will end up with stress fractures in the metal because there won't be enough give. Your car chassis has to have some flex to it in order to stand up to the wear and tear of daily driving.