Rob,I really appreciate everybodys input, but heres what I think I am going to do, drill about four holes in each rocker, use a caliper and get an exact diameter on the plugs, so they fit the hole perfect, then rust proof inside the rocker, then take epoxy and smear it around the inside of the hole, then coat the edges of the plug and put them in, I don't think it will ever rust, if I take my time, also on the trunk drop offs or trunk filler panels, put a hole or two in them, and do the same thing.
Along with the rockers, is this product good for application to any other locations?The best product would be 3M's rust fighter I. Its a self healing wax product that works its way into the seems. Darn near every car on the road today has this type of product in it
In other words, will it be gooey, drip or run into areas that are visible?Inside of doors, inside 1/4's whatever. wherever.
Can you paint over it NO!!!In other words, will it be gooey, drip or run into areas that are visible?
Can I paint over it?
Down here in the hot Florida sun, I have seen rustproofing start to drip out of door weep holes. I do not want that happening since it is a wax based product I am assuming it can melt?