After the ordeal I just went through with Dolphinite and its "GO SLOW" paint, I am of the thought to go cheap, put it on, get a good season out of it, power wash it off in the fall and resand and reapply in the spring.
Sorry, but this left a bad taste in my mouth and a load of work on my hull.
We need to have the bottom refinished also this year...but I just do not have to the time to do it. Does anyone out here do this for a living? I would rather give my business to a LSCN member.
I use VC-17 and think it's one of the best. Interlux has a web site you should check out that lists their various products. If you use vc-17 over a non teflon bottom paint though it will flake off. Prep is very important.
ditto on the v-17......we don't bottom paint now that we rack store. Always used it on our old boat when we kept it in the water. We used to keep it on a canal by Metro and you know how nasty that water gets......so that stuff works great!
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