Six Pack

Rust Preventive Coating

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POR-15 Six Pack of POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating

Get maximum convenience and efficiency with a POR-15 Six Pack Rust Preventive Coating. This package contains six 4 oz. cans of gloss black paint, so you'll only open small amounts of POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating as you need them, with NO WASTE! Each can cover 6 square feet with two coats applied. Order your POR-15 Six Pack today! POR-15 Six Pack comes with enough POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating to cover 36 square feet with two coats.

POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating creates a non-porous surface that seals and protects metal from water, chemicals, and salt, and other corrosive contaminants. Black and Gray Rust Preventive Coatings are non-conductive and good for EV conversion applications. Rust preventive Coating must be Top Coated if exposed to UV light.

POR-15 Six Pack Technical Data Sheet

Step-by-step Restoration

Before Image of a Rusty truck bed

Before:Heavily rusted diamond-plate pickup truck beds can be a problem, fix them permanently with POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating.

Step 1

Step 1: First remove loose rust and degrease carefully with water-based Cleaner Degreaser

Step 2

Step 2: Next, neutralize rust and prep with Metal Prep.

Step 3

Step 3: After thorough washing and drying, coat with POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating, right onto the rust!

Top Coat for UV protection

Step 4: Next, topcoat with Top Coat, 2K Urethane, or other top coat of your choice.


After: Now you have a PERMANENTLY repaired truck bed, that will NOT rust again.

POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating Technical Data Sheet


Farm, industrial, marine commercial, and construction industries all use POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating to protect expensive and valuable equipment against rust, abrasion, and even graffiti. POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating also has excellent “surface tolerance”, which means it works very well on porous surfaces, such as wood, fiberglass, concrete, and bricks. Try some for yourself!

  • Automotive – chassis, doors, floors, trunk areas, suspension, engines & fuel tanks
  • Industrial – heavy equipment, truck components, trailers, fuel storage, rebar, steel forms, concrete, storm grates, transformers, wastewater management
  • Marine – decks, bilges, hulls, steam pipes, chain lockers, masts
  • Home – seal cracks in basements and foundations, garage floors, roofs, HVAC pipes, beams, home appliances
  • Also excellent for sealing and repairing fiberglass
Step 3 Coat it with POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating for permanent rust and corrsion protection
“POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating is impervious to just about anything short of an atom bomb!”
Hot Rod Magazine

WARNING: Cancer -

Customer Reviews

Based on 70 reviews
Bradley Beran
Six pack is a great way to minimize waste and loss.

I order the six packs because I can use the entire can quickly. In larger cans I have had issues of using half a can and a week later the POR has set up in the can and is wasted. It's an expensive coating to waste.

Dwight Maney
Love Por 15

Absolutely the best


Great product!!

Six pack.

Have used Por15 for years. Like the six pack because the small cans fit my smaller job use better than the larger cans which the unused portion tends to dry up before I can use on the next job.

Scott O'Hara
Small POR 15 can

The six pack of small POR 15 have been perfect for small daily projects. If you are only putting a couple coats on an inner fender or bumper then a single can be used without a storage issue. I have brushed and sprayed POR products with great results. Current restoration 74 F 250. Thank you

Metal that is media blasted provides the best surface for coatings. If not possible, remove all built-up dirt, loose rust, and paint. Note that if you leave old paint behind, the rust preventive can only adhere as strongly as the paint it is applied over. This generally is not as strong as applying to prepped and scuffed-up bare metal.

These products should only be handled when wearing latex gloves, eye protection, and NOSHA approved respirator. Always work in a well-ventilated area. 

Step 1. Apply our POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser to a surface, agitate the surface with a scuff pad or brush and keep wet 10-15 minutes then rinse thoroughly with water and allow the surface to dry. Repeat if surface is still oily or greasy. It is important not to allow the product to dry on the surface prior to rinsing with water. POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser is a heavy duty water soluble cleaner that may be used over metal, wood, fiberglass, vinyl and concrete.

Step 2. Apply POR-15 Metal Prep to the bare metal surface, keep wet 10-15 minutes then rinse thoroughly with water and allow the surface to dry. It is important not to allow POR-15 Metal Prep to dry on the surface prior to rinsing with water. Once dry the surface may show a flash rust or white powdery residue this is perfectly normal. POR-15 Metal Prep provides the best surface profile and greatly improves paint adhesion to any type of metal surface for opaque paints and coatings.

Step 3. Wearing gloves and a properly fitted NOSHA approved respirator is recommended when applying POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating. Do Not shake. Mix by stirring until all solids at the bottom of the can are dissolved. Mixing may be done with a drill mixer on slow or by hand. It is recommended to apply two thin covering coats of POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating. Apply the first coat to the properly prepared substrate with the supplied brush. Apply the second coat when the first coat is dry but still slightly tacky to the touch. If POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating is applied too heavy, brush marks may result in the finish. Do not apply this product if the humidity is above 70%. If the humidity is too high POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating will surface dry too quickly which may result in small bubbles in the finish. POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating requires an opaque topcoat only if exposed to direct sunlight. Best chemical adhesion to POR-15 Rust Preventive is when it is dry but still tacky (it has a finger drag). If the rust preventive is already completely dried or cured, you must scuff the surface with a maroon pad or 320-380 grit sandpaper for mechanical adhesion of a topcoat.

If your project will be exposed to U.V. light, topcoat it with POR-15 TopCoat, Engine Enamel, Caliper Paint, Detail Paint, or 2K Urethane industrial topcoat. You can topcoat with most other UV safe opaque paint as well.