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Barrier Coat Petit vs Interlux

I would like an opinion on which appears to work well in both fresh and saltwater.

I have used both, but not with dual use.

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six of one, half-dozen of the other... get which ever is less expensive. I used the Interprotect 2000E on my boat, but have used the Petit on others.
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I wonder...?

If you used both in alternating layers would you have the ultimate barrier coat? Kidding of course

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or none at all, depending on how compatible the two paints are...
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Barrier

I chose to go with the 2000e after talking speaking with Bluewater Yatch in Hampton.

Also to share, I went to World Panel in Windor NC today. Unbelieveble they have all kinds of wood and are very helpful. I bought several sheets of HydroCore BS1088 Marine Plywood 2440 x 1220. Though they have teak plywood, Al, the manager, counseled that this would be just as good but a lower price.

Should anyone need formica, they are overstock and trying to move at a very small charge. All kinds of colors.

Finally, it is a trip to get there. It was a four hour drive from my house.
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A good paint is Jotun Teflon....makes the boat go faster, too..
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Thank you for the recommendation
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I choose 2000E because of the over coating time's and also it came in white or gray for alternating coats to make sure you have good coverage.
http://www.yachtpaint.com/USA/hotlin...t_bulletin.pdf
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I used the petit Vivid paint for the first time this year. Great colors, still don't know how well it works.
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Keeping either paint well mixed is very important. The additives that either paint use tend to settle out fairly quickly, so you need to keep stirring the paint as you're applying it.
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