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Old 11 September 2006, 10:19   #11
Country: UK - England
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Originally Posted by Andy Moore
I think I may have to bite the bullet and antifoul? What make do you use?

A really effective and truly white antifoul is the Blakes hard racing paint, I always use this when antifouling a customers RIB. Lasts well.

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Old 11 September 2006, 12:59   #12
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S'funny, that's what I said!

Nice to know the pros agreed with my decision, which did involve a LOT of homework!

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Old 12 September 2006, 06:50   #13
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Very Interesting, we have found International to be veryy effective in Portsmouth Harbour and Hamble - Specifically Interspeed and Uno on slow boats (under 10kts)

Whatever you choose make sure it's a hard antifoul rather than a self polishing one. There are even a couple of antifouls which can go on the tubes, although I haven't seen them in action.
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Old 12 September 2006, 06:57   #14
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international "get the none corrosive one though" your wallet feels light when you walk out the shop keeps all the crap off but you still have to clean the sterndrive

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