<VV> Gas tank prep

Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Sun Mar 3 10:23:40 EST 2019

Metal prep is basically phosphoric acid. The degreaser I'm not sure, 
but I think it's pretty safe. When I use POR-15
I just rinse these things off and they sort of disappear into the 
ground! Their gloss black paint is superb stuff. I use it as a sealer 
and adhesive as well as gloss black paint.
It sticks like nothing on earth! Once you've opened the tin, you'll 
never get the lid off again! I just drill a hole in the lid, then tape 
over it with masking tape, then invert the can briefly to seal it. They 
do the same stuff in paste form which is excellent. The gloss black is 
lovely to brush on, but the semi-gloss is not so easy to use.

On 2019-03-03 13:41, Chris Ziebell via VirtualVairs wrote:
> I have Clark's gas tank prep kit.  It has 3 parts, the Por 15 
> Degreaser, Por
> 15 Metal Prep, and the Por 15 gas tank sealer.  At each step, I'm 
> supposed
> to treat all surfaces inside the tank with the liquids..  The 
> directions are
> very clear on how to dispose of the Por 15 Gas Tank Sealer.  But 
> there is no
> guidance on what to do with the other two liquids.  After I slosh 
> them
> around the inside of the tank for the allotted time, I will have to 
> empty
> the tank.  What should those chemicals be emptied into, and once 
> emptied,
> then what do I do with them?
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