Boats: anti fouling paint.

Discussion in 'Painters' Talk' started by gardm1nt, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

    I have been asked to partly fit out the interior of a boat and also if i can ree paint the base of the boat with anti fouling paint.

    Not sure if i fancy it, will try and get a tech sheet for the paint (customer would supply paint) meentime anyone ever used the stuff?
     
  2. ponty01.

    ponty01. New Member

    I always used 'International' products when treating my narrow boat. They are easy to apply anti fouling paints. Your client is providing the paint so you do not have to worry about getting the correct one for the application. The boat can be craned back in to the water the same day of use (assuming the size of it dictates craning!). Its a bit like using deck paints which are on the thickess side so need plenty of spreading particularly in colder weather. :)
     
  3. gardm1nt

    gardm1nt New Member

    Many thanks.
     
  4. jolly bodger

    jolly bodger New Member

    IWS - such a shame you didn't post like this from the off....doubt there'd be such a problem with you if you had.
     
  5. Welsh Decorator 42

    Welsh Decorator 42 New Member

    IWS, nice to a very good post from you!

    Informed, inteligent, respectfull, polite and sign of sacasum!

    <u>Please keep it up!</u>
     

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