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Location: Chelmsford, MA
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I cleaned good metal down to bare shiny metal, treated it with metal ready, as the directions said. Rusty panels I left rusty, from what friends who have used it on restorations have said, it works better if its on rust anyway. I used a wire brush to loosen any flaking rust, and PORed over the rest.

I did two coats on the underbelly and most of the suspension components with a half quart of the black, if I recall correctly.

I bought a four-pack, and still have three left after doing all the other small parts of the car I've hit with it.

It doesn't last forever, though, so don't buy a gallon can if you aren't going to use all of it, spend the extra and pay for four quarts.
1968 911L
2004 Dodge Dakota SLT Plus
Old 12-27-2003, 07:04 PM
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