Bottom paint primer

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While death and taxes may be better known, there's a third certainty in life many boat owners face that's often viewed with just as much trepidation. Photo: Frank Lanier. Ever since our first troglodytic ancestor shoved off astride his trusty log, mariners have tried most every concoction imaginable to keep waterborne critters and growth at bay, from mixtures of tar, sulfur, and brimstone, to paints laced with tin, arsenic, pesticides, and even the occasional jar of chili powder.

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As a boat owner, getting dragged to the depths of the ocean by a giant sea monster is probably not high on your list of concerns. But make no mistake, there are some very foul creatures lurking beneath the waves. What you will see—and want to prevent—is the ugly, dirty, slimy mess they make on the bottom of your hull that decreases your speed and increases your fuel bill because your engine has to work harder.

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This high-build, chlorinated, yellow rubber-based primer is recommended for use over old copper-based antifoulants before recoating. Provides excellent corrosion resistance over metal and fiberglass. A great insurance policy if old paint is unknown.

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To many of us, that means new bottom paint. One of the keys to a long-lasting bottom job is proper prep work. First, a little more about bottom paints.

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If you store your boat in the water at least part of the year, keeping the hull free of marine growth with one or more coats of quality antifouling paint is critical to keep it performing its best—and for reducing fuel costs. This preventative maintenance task should be at the top of your list. A clean hull is safe, fast and efficient—while a fouled bottom will reduce your boat's speed, maneuverability and cost you more at the fuel dock.

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Primers are paint coatings that serve as an intermediate layer between the bare surface and one or more outer coatings. Proper use of primers can spell the difference between a successful project outcome and a poor finish. Primers are very specific in their use.

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Tuff Stuff is a high build, fast drying marine epoxy primer for use over steel, fiberglass, and properly prepared aluminum be Interlux Primocon Underwater Primer is an anti-corrosive primer for all underwater metal surfaces It will provide an excellen A non-bleeding, anti-corrosive primer that provides an excellent barrier on underwater metal surfaces, reducing gal

Premium Blister Protection and Adhesion System. Note: Do NOT use a copper based paint on metal running gear and parts. Primer for bottom paint is not necessary. However, if you use Tuff Stuff marine epoxy primer on the bare fiberglass, it will provide protection against blisters and any moisture.

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