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Old 24 March 2011, 03:01   #1
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toob paint

http://www.hmgmarine.com/flexithane.html

i know polymarine do a version as do others,
i used this on some Hypaoln and section of PU, material last night out of a spray gun not rollerd or brushed, supply viscosity is pretty dam thick, and for the life of me i can not get it off done a scratch test/ rubbing it on corner of table/picking at it, this is shite to a blanket job,, goin to paint the bottom below strake on the toranado the weekend will show the results as and when, ideal for your sea rider refurbs (with gaffa tape of course) or any thing that has staining from prolonged mooring some place that will not come clean,

Available in any colour of the rainbow or mixed to pattern, i like it, and thought it may be of interest to others,
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Old 24 March 2011, 04:56   #2
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all the protector's down at portland are sprayed on the topside, pretty stable stuff, i've got one here for tube work so i'll be scuffing it, i'll let you know if it flakes off anywhere
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Old 24 March 2011, 06:09   #3
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all the protector's down at portland are sprayed on the topside, pretty stable stuff, i've got one here for tube work so i'll be scuffing it, i'll let you know if it flakes off anywhere
cool be interseted to know,
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main points are to key up the surface and dont apply it if the surface is damp or shows any sign of moisture .
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Is it a polyurethane based coating? Aliphatic or maybe Aromatic polyurethane?
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i can tell you it doesn't like the hot air gun
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i can tell you it doesn't like the hot air gun
but does it stay on or flake off ??????
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Is it a polyurethane based coating? Aliphatic or maybe Aromatic polyurethane?
Pass but they reckon it works fine on curtain sided lorrys
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but does it stay on or flake off ??????
flakes off, got the hot air on it to remove some rope line pads, going to have to repaint these bits
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flakes off, got the hot air on it to remove some rope line pads, going to have to repaint these bits
cheers for that,
if and when i get this eng back together, and then if i like the ride it gives i shall get it re tubed seems a lot of boat for so little money in my eye's
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