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To Paint or Apply Chemical?

What made you decide to paint instead of going with Marine Penetrol, Interlux of any of the other options? We have a '69 Morgan that is oxidized from and orginally very modly and dirty. We pressure washed her and that helped a lot but I'd like to get the shine back on her - and some protection. Right now she looks chalky though very white. I'm not intersted in changing her color. I just want to improve her appearence and improve the gelcoats ability to fight off mold.



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I painted mine and I did not have any problems with "pooling" paint. I used interdex nonskid and put it on with a roller cutting in at the edges where the color changed with a brush. If the paint is pooling your putting to much on at a time. It took two coats on mine. The moulded non skid areas a giege and the flat areas ( I used non skid paint in these areas as well) are white. This is probably the best picture I have.........but you can clearly see the moulded non skid is still there and the deck is far grippier now...........
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