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Thumbs up Pettit Ultima SR40 Report - Chesapeake Bay

FWIW, here are a few pictures taken of the hull of our boat after about 5 months in the water, Chesapeake Bay - Patapsco River, using Pettit Ultima SR40. I was very pleased to find the hull fairly clean, with very little slim. ( Just to clarify, these pics were taken before the powerwash )

Previously I had used Interlux Micron CSC and 66, although I don't have a picture of it then, I think I'll stick with Ultima SR40 for now

I'm not trying to get into debate what is better, just reporting my results.

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