Prep is the key, it is not fun or quick, but the result is directly proportional to the prep you put in to the project. It is not that difficult, strip the interior, seats, belts, tranny hump, etc. First deal with your rust. Grind, wire wheel, sandblast, etc. then por or some type of epoxy primer. You dont want if festering under the finish you put over it.
Next is preping your surface, sanding with 180, but I prefer 80 to give this stuff a little extra bite for adhesion.A d/a sander worked pretty good here. Hit everything, I even did 1/3 of the way up the front panel before the firewall. just looks better imo. Put all fastners back into the holes and mask off to protect the threads.
Masking is next, take your time here and cover EVERYTHING you dont want this stuff on. It is tough to get off.
Next is a wipe of grease removing solution, durabak requires Xylene which is dangerous to a degree as far as flammability, just use common sense.
A roller is provided or shutz gun work well. I sprayed mine makes for a cleaner finish. You will want gloves, a tyvek suit or clothes you can dispose of when you are done, and a respirator to use while you shoot the product.
1 gallon of product gave me 3 light coats. Imediatly remove bolts and tape, remove masking tape and paper, check for overspray. Remove any before it has time to cure. Step back and admire your work. Looks great (see duraback pop thread). Should be very durable.
I was extremely pleased with the result. I worked slow and it took the better part of the day to prep and prepare just for the durabak application.