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I took all old paint and anti foul off. Is there a need or benefit to starting with E? It is a 2 part epoxy based paint, so be sure to mix the paint very thoroughly prior to application.

These overlapping Micro-Plates eliminate any direct path for water migration and also improve 2000 sag resistance of the epoxy making application easier.

Troy Yes, use a good fairing compound, then a thinned Interprotect as a barrier coat, usually I use two thin coats, tint first one. You might want to consider a two part polyurethane to get a good finish coat suncoasteng It’s a good product.

Epoxy barrier coats tend to work interprotext as great primers for things like spreaders and metals. The grey over white coats and vice versa made full coverage easy. You should not have any compatibility issues with E over Int inherprotect, if the surface is cleaned properly and lightly sanded for a good mechanical bond. Pete pspellinen Hi Rick,A complex answer to a simple question.


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Coating over epiglass on my blistered sailboat hull. I did 6 coats on the bottom of my 18′ Marshall catboat and I used abouta gallon and three quarters of the second gallon.

Yuu should be fine with Intwrprotect layers ofbarrier coat followed by an antifouling. Bob of gulf point Australia Coating over interprotrct on my blistered sailboat hull. Jamestown Distributors Hi Rick,A complex answer to a simple question. For complete hull coverage calculate total surface area to be covered, then follow the division step.

It’s really a preference thing whether you want to apply Primocon or InterProtect to your sail drive. It is also an excellent primer for all metals.

This is a very durable product that dries quickly and sands nicely. I had hundreds of small osmosis holes in a 30yo 8 metre fibre glass yacht hull.

I found this to go on easy. Perfection should not have any issues so long as the mix ratio is right and the E has cured as it is supposed to.

I prime and paint the aluminum pontoons on my boat every year to protect from Salt water. Unsolicited thought says I would wait and apply them close together just before splash time. I am thinking Interlux Interrpotect followed by Interlux perfection. I still have two. Interpritect a huge amount of labor and prep, so the money saved by too little primer is not justified if you have to barrier coat it more than once.

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Your anti-fouling paint needs to be applied to the last coat of InterProtect Interprtect within about three hrs or so I don’t remember the exact time for the first coat of anti-fouling to bond with the IP.

Or do you need to intefprotect both for different reasons? Used a 6″ foam roller to apply, but had to change out the roller regularly, to keep it from gumming up or falling 2000r.

What is the best option for refinishing a Yanmar sail drive? Alternating 2 different colors from coat to coat helps ensure complete coverage. Can I mix them, with the activator added in the appropriate ratio? It is also an excellent primer for all metals and can be used as part of a no sand system.

It adheres to everything wegeman07 I would stick with same brand not a good idea to mix manufacturers and make sure you check with the manufacturerGary J. When the boat gets closer to launching, I would sand the bottom again and reapply 2 coats before bottom painting. I would reccomend against adding gelcoat ontop of the barrier coat, aspolyester doen’t adhear to the epoxy. I would suggest you get one gallon kit in gray and one gallon kit in white. I’ve rolled it and sprayed it.