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Old 12-03-2004, 06:49 AM   #1
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new clearcoat product

I saw this new product while perusing the net last night. What do you guys think? I have used other Por 15 products and found them to be pretty good though pricey.


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Old 12-03-2004, 11:13 AM   #2
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I saw this new product while perusing the net last night. What do you guys think? I have used other Por 15 products and found them to be pretty good though pricey.


http://www.por15.com/product.asp?productid=246
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No one I've heard of (including me) has been willing to test-drive the product. I offered to do it on my last trailer if POR fronted me the product, but they weren't willing. I have, since that thread, come up with at least 2 other similar products- one impressive item developed for NASA space capsules ( name escapes me). They are all slightly pricey, but you are promised large coverage for little product. It all comes down to someone stepping up and being the 'guinea pig' !
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I was going to test it on my aluminum mustang wheels, which I was working on polishing, but suddenly I seem to be distracted by a major floor repair in the AS! Maybe I'll get back to that other project in the spring
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Is it the Full Monty yet.
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NO, NO, NO, not yet
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