Anyone ever use this stuff. I used it last night in a floor brace after de-rusting and this stuff seems tougher than my House of Kolor Epoxy Primer. It is for indoor use only. I called rustoleum and they state that that is because it changes color under UV rays and will "probably" not hold up well in the elements. I was thinking of using it in the interior the car. Since I wouldnt need to spray it with cems first , like when using POR15 to get it to adhere properly. Just get the majority of the rust off and this stuff is rock solid.
I've used both the black and the white on several projects. It is slow drying but very tough once it cures. Last thing I painted was some mirror brackets on a Jeep TJ about a year ago and they look as good as the day I did them.
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