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Fixing my defective Interlux perfection



Well as promised the Interlux rep dropped off a all the supply's to paint my mast a second time as well a nice supply of micron as a were sorry

The Perfection is way harder to get off than the original paint Kenyon used and base on tonight's progress it will take about 7 to 10 hours to have it ready to repaint next week


IT freaking broke my heart to spread that paint stripper tonight BUT i know if i had NOT done the paint would have failed
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i feel for ya, i am going thru the mental pains of painting stuff right now.... which paint to use? which if any primer ( brightsides says primer not needed on fiberglass ) ? can i afford to paint it right now ? can i afford something besides garage floor paint?
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Ouch Tommays. Good luck.

Scott - you DO need a primer for Brightsides. You may be confusing it for Interdeck (non-skid paint).
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