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Old 09 April 2020, 00:20   #1
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Hull respray procedure

Thought that I would put my process out there ,

I have done this many times over many years, I have changed too coat now ,originally used Acrythane A211 this has been replaced with a dearer product G4 but it's so much more abrasion resistant having nano properties

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Abrade hull with 80grit on orbital sander where possible, hand fettled the rest

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Prep wipe /degreaser

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Apply HMG Polylote MU primer (not Polykote 4+1)

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24 hrs cure,
Grab an aerosol any colour different from primer colour , and a
Ply some light dust coat over the primer
Abrade with 320 grit orbital, Untill all aero spray has gone, this way you know nothing has been missed, also any damage will show up as it will be very evident , fill said areas with green King glass putty , sand to shape etc

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Another coat of primer but a wetter colour up mix,

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Sand back 320 grit

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Dust off, prep wipe, tag rag and shoot colour of choice, leave a week turn over ,

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Should of said large repairs require doing first obviously ,
Green King or p40 fibre filler
Patience required obviously any thing can be saved photos too follow
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Amazing what you find under anti foul at times, .
Works well on engines also , this process
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Thank you. This is very useful.
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A couple of quick questions what is king green? Another version of p40?
Dont you get any sinkage into the 80 sanding marks after a few months, 80 seems pretty corse to fill with primer
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Green King is finer than p40. Easier to sand n work with,
The MU primer is very thick and I app,y I'd with a Devilbiss advance HD. Lays flat n sands up mint trust me
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80 grit ensures a good bond in my eyes
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tbf to beamish ken I paint cars for a living and what he said about sinkage is a fair comment. IF you were using a normal 2k primer. I use Roberlo Megax 2K High Build that is very fast curing without baking and if I were to prime over anything courser than p120 I would have problems. you do seem to be getting very good results though even painting one still on its trailer ( I struggle to even polish mine on its trailer lol). oh by the way thanks for sorting me a tinted screen for the humber I have recently bought of ian at ribs 4 u
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Trust me ispray all sorts lots of acrylic n grp,items all done in same manor before spray chrominance also no,issues to date, this stuff sits in Windows every place nothing sinks ever, on one over the weekend will post completion pics,

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tbf to beamish ken I paint cars for a living and what he said about sinkage is a fair comment. IF you were using a normal 2k primer. I use Roberlo Megax 2K High Build that is very fast curing without baking and if I were to prime over anything courser than p120 I would have problems. you do seem to be getting very good results though even painting one still on its trailer ( I struggle to even polish mine on its trailer lol). oh by the way thanks for sorting me a tinted screen for the humber I have recently bought of ian at ribs 4 u


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My question wasnt intended as a criticism nor nit picking I was genuinely interested in the product being used. Having been in the body repair business for many years until about 10 years ago we never found a product that you could spray over 80g scratches & wouldnt sink. Its testimony to the advances in paint technology that you can now get a product thats sinkage free.
That chrome effect paint is something else too
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My question wasnt intended as a criticism nor nit picking I was genuinely interested in the product being used. Having been in the body repair business for many years until about 10 years ago we never found a product that you could spray over 80g scratches & wouldnt sink. Its testimony to the advances in paint technology that you can now get a product thats sinkage free.
That chrome effect paint is something else too


Sorry none taken boss,, just clarifying it does not sink, it's to bloody thick and hard wearing to do so, actually poured it into gouges in the past no sanded it back ,

Yep chromes fun as is liquid metal
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Off course you can spray gel coat , n mop the death out of it, after days of sanding it first
Way to long a process for my liking
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I did yes it still looked well . don't know if I'm that keen on the colour combination but that's just me
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Thats a beautiful looking finish on your hulls, and others nugent.....youve got skills and knowledge fella......����
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