No. It is either just all common sense stuff or stuff that I have learned about by Googling it.Ralph, do you have all your interior mods in one thread? If not, you should. I doubt there is another thread on the internet with as detailed descriptions and modifications/restorations to an XJ interior.
No. The stuff in the can is adhesive remover. I use that to help clean up all the old cracked foam.You speak a strange language! Refoam a speaker, does 3M sell that in a can?
Looks good.Last night I channeled my inner Ralph and got out the metalprep and opened up the POR15. My shackle relocators came so rather than prime/painting I'm hoping this will hold up better. Unfortunately i ran out of brushes for the second coating. So tonight i get to scuff and redo it all.
I know for a fact it works great on clean or bare metal. You can check out my Sears trailer thread sometime and see what I used there. For this, these came bare metal with a residue on them. Hard to tell if it was oil or anti-spatter welding spray. I hosed them down with Brakklean, then after they dried I hit them with POR metal prep, which gives a zinc etching and really helps the POR15 to stick. The coating from last night seems good, but I realized I only had one brush so I tossed it into a jar of gasoline and it didn't even touch it. When I came back out later to do a second coat, the brush was garbage and the gasoline was still clean.Looks good.
Be curious how your job holds up on the cleaner metal.
I think what cleaner metal I have POR 15'ed is holding up OK.
But I am not entirely convinced that is is the right stuff for cleaner metal.