If you'd like to support this free boat building info. Marine paint cost several times as much as house paint of similar composition. I worked for a major chemical company that also made paint and knew that their paint that made the most money and on which they spent the most on research was house paint.
Before applying any kind of paint, you need to sand marine plywood as you would any other type. Do this to remove imperfections in the wood and to help the primer adhere more easily to the surface. A damp cloth is good for this allow the wood to dry in this case before you proceed or you can use a tack cloth for the job.
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Go to home page Go to painting index. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Refer to the chart at the end of the article for a more complete list of advantages and disadvantages of latex paint.
Search the Internet and you will find boating forum posts asking why the enamel paint they put over is drying so slowly and still tacky after many days. The posters come from all across North America and the are using any of the popular marine epoxy from a range of leading vendors. Your Host and Tour Guide:.
MRB Home A paint question Posted by Glenn. I went down to the local paint shop the other day and asked about the best paint to use on my boat.
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