stainless is radically different from carbon steel in that aspect. For instance concrete, zinc, paint don't adhere on stainless steel. If the cement is explicitly meant for stainless steel, nice. If not, experiment.
The exhaust cement data sheet says that it adhere to metals,but doesn't say which metals,so it is something to take into consideration and might take me back to my previous option.
My previous option was to use a food can for my task.
I saw that option in several web sites
It made of a carbon steel and it is about 3mm thickness.
But the food can usually doesn't smooth(it has folds for strength)and it has a kind of synthetic coating(epoxy,polyester,acrylic etc.),so
i wasn't sure if this coating will have a negative effect
on the bonding or a toxic odor emition from the burning coating while car operation.
Also,i wasn't sure how long will this carbon steel food-can resist corrosion.So,i thought to use a stainless steel.
What do you think about the carbon steel food can regard to my points?
And besides that,isn't using 0.1mm stainless steel sheet better than using 0.3mm carbon steel sheet for this task?