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Old 06-17-2008, 11:52 AM   #1
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Quick Rust Preventive Paint Question

Hey gang, I'm looking to paint my frame this summer with some rust preventive paint, and was going to spend the money on POR15, just because I've heard it's the best. I was just wondering if you guys have ever heard of rust bullet, and if so, how does it compare to Por? i know both of them are better than something like rustoleum, but just wanted to ask the masses if you guys know about rust bullet. Thanks guys

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I've never heard of Rust Bullet. Of course, that could be because I live under a rock, but I trust POR-15 hands down, 100%.

Whats the deal with Rust Bullet? Is it just to prevent rust? Do you have to remove existing rust in order to use Rust Bullet? Because POR-15 can be used on top of existing rust. In fact, POR stands for Paint Over Rust.

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i believe its supposed to be pretty much like por-15 but without all the prep work and a little cheaper. Not positive...
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Just do your research first. If it does the same thing as POR-15 and is easier to do, go for it.
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