are you really serious? i have been praying for some way to remove this POR 15 from my firewall for a long time now. your like a god once you saw it bubble up, did you just wipe it off with paper towel? and how did it look underneath? did you try the Aircraft cleaner again on a larger spot just to make sure it removes it where the por15 is thicker? what does thos aircraft cleaner look like? is it an aerosal can? or like in a pour out type gallon jug? thanks so muchI found out on accident
Go to Wal Mart and pick up some "Aircraft Cleaner" in the auto/bondo/paint section. Its some paint stripper with an airplane on it. I accidently got some on an area I had already POR 15'd and it all bubbled up just from the overspray and came right off. Only thing Ive found that would do that when I was trying to remove some before. Of course I found out on accident
was the POR 15 that bubbled up freshley painted? like how old was it? or how long was it on the part for? and how did the metal look after you wiped it off? thnaks so muchEvery single product Ive heard of anyone using has not allowed me to hear of a complaint yet. Except if you get it on your fingers, then your inked for a few days.
bigdaddykane its in an aerosol can and it bubbled right up and almost seemed like it wanted off the metal NOW. It wiped off in the parts it oversprayed on with only a paper towel. I then had to sand back past the overspray, re-metal etch it after cleaning and reapply
how many costs of por15 was this area the stripper removed? and ths area that it removed, was it rusty orignally underneath? or you por15 over non rusty metal? thanks so muchwas a few months old. The overspray got on an area I intended to keep that way. The overspray happened cause I didnt mask enough. The metal looked like the other paint I had been stripping, a tint to it (black POR 15) and tacky