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Rust and POR-15 Question

I have a Cherokee that is in great shape but for some reason the two passenger-side doors are rotting out on the bottom (inside the door not out) . What can I do to stop this? I was thinking of grinding out the rust and using POR-15. Any thoughts? Should I just Bondo the door instead? Thanks

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highly recommend the por-15
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POR 15!!! Definitely. Clean the rust best you can, and apply it right on. You can apply it to "solid" rust once you get off the loose flake. It will neutralize it and bond to it, stopping it in it's tracks.
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