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Re: Frameless steel construction

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Originally Posted by PeterSailer View Post
I've never heard of it, what I'm woundering is if the paint used in this process would double up as a good marine paint?
You'd need an oven big enough to hold the boat so it's not likely. It isn't a paint, it's a thermoplastic that is electrostatically attached and then "melted" on in the oven.

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I've also heard of people painting their boat with automautive paint, but I don't know with what results and I've never actually seen one. Cheers Pierre
Yes you have - two part polys are used on lots of cars & trucks. IIRC Imron was developed for the heavy truck industry.
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