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Old 27 November 2006, 17:09   #1
Country: Ireland
Town: Dublin
Boat name: Platypus
Make: Parker 630
Length: 6m +
Engine: 1.7 Mercruiser DTI
Join Date: Aug 2004
Posts: 130

Following a disasterous attempt at using Safeboatskin on the drive last summer ( no apparent effect) , I'm thinking of trying prop-o-drev .......

I was wondering if anyone had any experience of using it?

Also what about painting the (S/S) prop - it gets a layer of "scum" after a couple of weeks in the water.


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Old 29 November 2006, 14:11   #2
Country: Ireland
Town: Ireland , cork
Boat name: liberty
Make: lencraft
Length: 6m +
Engine: outboard yamaha 150
Join Date: Jan 2006
Posts: 57
Have used prop-o-drev on the alpha 1 leg of my last boat for 2 seasons .
Top class product . Reduced growth by 90%

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Old 29 November 2006, 14:18   #3
Country: Other
Make: FB 55
Length: 10m +
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Excellent product - used it on the outdrives of my Targa. Still had some green build-up in the Summer due to warm water but easily wiped off, certainly can recommend it.
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Old 30 November 2006, 03:27   #4
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Great product, and not just on legs, good on hulls to but a bit pricey.
Phone: 01489 556800
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