Item #870639

Interlux VC Performance Epoxy Bottom Paint

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                  Description

                  Interlux VC Performance Epoxy is a two-part epoxy bottom coating with a hard, smooth finish. It's ideal for underwater surfaces of high-performance powerboats and racing sailboats. This coating has no antifouling properties.

                  Features:

                  • Fluoro micro-additive adds lubricity and eases wet sanding and burnishing
                  • Hard, stain-resistant finish is ideal for rack-stored and trailered boats
                  • Has no antifouling or foul release properties
                  • Can be applied with a sprayer, roller, or brush

                  Data Sheet

                  Epoxy Base SDS

                  Epoxy Cure SDS

                  WARNING

                  This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

                  For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

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                  Does this paint require a primer?

                  Asked by: David1
                  I have used this paint to refinish the bottom of multiple Sunfish fiberglass sailboats, which were too damaged to restore the gel goat. [I work at a summer camp.]   No primer is needed.  I always sanded well and clean with a rag saturated in acetone, before applying the first coat.  Don't be discouraged after the first coat, it will take three full coats to make it look great!
                  Answered by: Anonymous
                  Date published: 2024-01-08
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