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post #3 of Old 02-18-2004
geohan
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Brightside VS. Easypoxy

We have been quite satisfied with Interlux Premium Yacht Enamel on our fiberglass boat for more than 10-years. The chips and dings were first filled with Marine Tex then the topsides between waterline and shear were scuff sanded (80-grit), then coated with Interlux Primer. A week after it''s application the enamel is hard and scuff resistant and has a nice shine without that "Tupperware" gloss which we were trying to eliminate. For good appearance, limit the grit on the decks to the original anti-skid areas by masking off the smooth areas. Touch up or simple recoat every 3 or 4 years (depending upon the gentleness of our slip landings) is enough to keep drawing compliments. Regards, George
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