I second that! I bought some in the 90's. I think it was two 4-oz
bottles. I believe the company that produced it was small. One item I
painted was a rusty iron rail. Years later, when I needed to repaint, I
couldn't find the bottles, and the website seemed to be out of business.
I see they have a website now, and Amazon sells it.
Other stuff I've used is okay bare if not subjected to things like
abrasion and prolonged moisture.
For stuff that would be exposed to weather, I've preferred oil-based
primer and a top coat. The last time I tried it, I use Rustoleum spray
primer and Rustoleum spray top coat. It had plenty of time to dry, but
in rainy weather, it would bubble.
At Amazon, I see customer satisfaction for the Loctite brush-on stuff is
high, but it's low for the spray stuff.
I've always wanted to paint the underside of a mower deck, both to stop
rust and the keep pulp from sticking. Here's advice from a
What she considers best is unclear to me. She says epoxy primer should
have an oil topcoat for protection from the sun. I'd love to see how an
epoxy topcoat would perform under a mower deck.
She refers to a Paint Quality Institute article. I can't find anything
about it at their site.
Paint protects the coating barrier - which is rather fragile.
Pour 15 is tough stuff, but it still requires adequate preparation if
you want it to hold. I use it on the wheel well lips on my truck to
keep the rust-critters from taking a nibble.
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