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Old 14 May 2015, 06:59   #11
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Hi!
new here, just joined looking for an answer to perhaps pertaining to this very subject.
I have a Brig Baltic series & the gray finish on the top of the bow, ironically where everybody seems to climb in got soft and sticky last summer and when I washed it before storing for the winter it kinda washed off to the next layer down....kind of a tan color. (I'm thinking the softening was caused either by suntan oil or insect repellant)
So, by coming across this thread I am assuming painting these boats is a fairly common thing.
And, it sounds as though using an automotive type vinyl paint would be an option to sort this mess out.
I'm thinking of a product called "SEM Colorcoat" it is a Lacquer based polymeric coating or would the lacquer base just make the product worse.
Mikie
near Ottawa Canada
12ft. Brig Baltic series W/8hp Honda power
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Old 05 August 2017, 09:38   #12
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It's called flexithane can also be purchased from HMG
I did this few weeks ago. Sticks like the preverbal

2.5 ltrs delivered to your door is so much cheaper than poly marine products use straight from the can as. Is, I sprayed it on
Hi Nugent.

How did this paint hold up??
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