I like POR15 for a few reasons:Do you mean POR-15?
Have you looked at Eastwood's Metal blackening system?
Seems a bit pricey, but might be more durable?
I'm still researching it all myself.
Prep work is key for any of these paint systems.
I have a siphon feed spray gun. Could you recommend a commonly-available (ie: Amazon) primer and paint that will be durable, resistant to various engine fluids and engine bay cleaners?I would dunk them all in evap o rust then prime and paint with high heat paint.
I know this isnt really relevant to POR15...Polyester brushes are inexpensive to buy (as opposed to say horsehair for latex)
not tried rb but it sounds like its similar to kbsI've used POR and prefer the Rust Bullet, especially when you break out into different colors. I had used the black with good results so I tried painting my Detroit's with POR White and it came out horrible and believe it or not, it never dried. I took the open quart can back to the paint shop so they could show the salesman and they literally had the already opened can for two months before the rep came buy and it never even skimmed over. For those of you who have used POR know, it should have been rock solid after a week or two. Been using Rust Bullet ever since