I really need to do something about the back side of my entry step.
Chassis Saver has the same UV warining.
Backing up the point about getting that stuff on your skin. I did get a little on me. It was nearly 2 months before my skin shed the last of it. Good thing it didn't drip on my face.
Based on this thread I got a can of POR-15 from Amazon. I had noticed that the metal box under the steps had never been painted so was starting to rust. I'm not sure if the non-painted box was a miss on my coach or if that is the way they are all but I wanted mine painted.I can say that the POR-15 is not fun to apply when laying on your back working above. It is not paint, but rather extremely runny and has the ability to get attached to anything. Even with gloves I managed to get enough on me that I had to use a stiff brush and Goo-gone to get it off.The finish looks great and it wicked in to any cracks or joints with ease. Long term I've no idea but better than the rust I'm sure.One issue was that I had to remove the steps in order to paint the box and that turned out to be a real project. I still have one of the 4 bolts that I cannot get completely tight. If anyone has suggestions for that I'm all ears. The bolt seems to be under the actual door frame and no way to get a wrench onto the top. I got it snugged up but now it just turns and the lock washer will not grab.
(POR15) requires a lot of respect working with it.