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This product will work out great, we have a lot of customers that use this product for this purpose.

Two-part epoxy water barrier with Micro-Plates Up to two weeks is allowed between coats of E Now available in two colors, Gray and White Fast drying, easy application Sag resistance to insure the elimination of sags and runs during application Technically, InterProtect Micro-Plates provide millions of overlapping microscopic plates that create a barrier similar to shingles on a roof. Use the Interlux InterProtect system to treat and help prevent this serious problem.

I had hundreds of small osmosis holes in a 30yo 8 metre fibre glass yacht hull. For the spreaders, I agree with you. Interprotecf Perfection Two Part Polyurethane.

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But acetone cleaned up other stuff well, probably could have saved a few brushes. I sanded it slick to attain better fuel mileage, but it didn’t help the economy, so I would recommend applying it and letting it dry. If you are priming below the waterline, use the E, that may be used above and below the waterline as a universal primer for all surfaces. 2000e cleaned hull and washed it every other day with clean water for a month.

Hi Rick, without the beam of the boat I can truly not give an accurate number. The grey over white coats and vice versa made full coverage easy. Pete pspellinen Hi Rick,A complex answer to a simple question. Used a 6″ foam roller to apply, but had to change out the roller regularly, to keep it from gumming up or falling apart.


Sent from Mail for Windows 10 tomlatta InterProtect is a good product and the epoxy factor is a good one. Put on four or five coats of interprotect. Remember, you don’t want to be sparing with the epoxy barrier. Interprotcet a huge amount of labor and prep, so the money saved by too little primer is not justified if intsrprotect have to barrier coat it more than once.

Alodine might also be good for a primer. Epoxy Number Of Parts: I have sanded off most of the old gelcoat and filled in the blemishes with an epoxy fairing material on the entire boat.

Wasn’t sure if it had ever been done in the past. I let it dry for a month. Final sanding for a smooth finish is required.

Turn the cans over and let them sit for a while before you use them. When it came out eight months later hull was perfect.

More coats jnterprotect better. What is Gelcoat Blistering? 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. I would reccomend against adding gelcoat ontop of the barrier coat, aspolyester doen’t adhear to the epoxy.

Sent from Mail for Windows Also hard to be sure about the mix if you aren’t mixing the full gallon at once. No need to add gelcoat again oncebarrier coat is inplace.

I used e on a world cat that had been previously bottom painted. Not sure about the saildrive. Interproteect over epiglass on my blistered sailboat hull.

But doing gel coat will be tough if you dont have lots of experience and good spray equipment. You should not have any compatibility issues with E over Intif the surface is cleaned properly and lightly sanded for a good mechanical bond.


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I used this on bare aluminum sanded with 80 grit paper. Interlux Special Thinner.

Perfection should not have any issues so long as the mix ratio is right and the E has cured as it is supposed to.

My boat will be on the hard for another year or two, just wondering if I should wait until right before splash time to do the bottom coatings. I still have two. It depends on whether you are spraying or rolling it, whether you will be fairing and putting a fine finish on it or just leaving it as applied. The item was added to your shop cart. Fish If you are priming below the waterline, use the E, that may be used above and below the waterline as a universal primer for all surfaces.

I have found it is better to go slowly, with very gentle pressure to reduce orange peal and roller lines. There is a lot of heavy material in this paint, can be a chore to mix the base layer.

Interlux Fiberglass Solvent Wash. Apply the products maybe a month or two before you splash the boat. I prime and paint the aluminum pontoons on my boat every year to protect from Salt water.

Hi Gene,I’m not sure I would coat the bottom paint and keep it out for over a year. Have used on a 50 year old Wayfarer sailboat and this product gives her good protection from moisture and sands well for a fast bottom.