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Old 28 October 2009, 13:26   #1
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hi has anyone used the inflatable boat paint if so can you let me know how you got on with it. Does anyone know what make is the best to use on hyperlon allso are there proper ways to put it on . Do you have to sand the surface down before painting any help would be great cheers matt
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Old 28 October 2009, 13:29   #2
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Doesn't the stuff come with manufacturer's instructions for application?

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Old 28 October 2009, 13:32   #3
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there is a tin i have been given with the boat i just brought but its old and no labal on tin dont even know if its the right stuff so unsure about using it .
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Would just buy some decent stuff then.
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thats what i was asking what is the best for my boat and lasts the longest as i have seen some on other sites that are peeling and look bad so i wanted to avoid this cheers matt.
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Old 28 October 2009, 13:47   #6
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thats what i was asking what is the best for my boat and lasts the longest as i have seen some on other sites that are peeling and look bad so i wanted to avoid this cheers matt.
the only 100% guaranteed way to avoid peeling is not to paint it
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Why does it need painting? Any photos?
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will post some the weekend it just looks a bit tatty
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Has it already been painted?
A good scrub can get the tubes looking quite a bit better.
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dont think it has whats the best to clean it up with cheers matt
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