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Have just repaired gouges in hull below waterline and was going to apply Petit Trinidad (what is on now) to the repaired areas. When checking on it, it seems to indicate a 60 day wait before putting back in the water. Anyone have any experience with this product that can tell me for sure about drying time? Am thinking at this point, will just let it go till end of season, if that is the case (on a lake, not salt water).

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Bottoms /w "Trinidad" antifouling should be launched within 8 - 24 hours of application (depending on temperature - 8 hrs @ 90 Deg.F, 16 Hrs @ 70, & 24 Hrs @ 40).

Epoxy Barrier-Coats can certainly be overcoated /w antifouling after a full cure is achieved (normally between 1 to 4 days). Interlux ("Interprotect'') advises antifoulong overcoat between as little as 5 - 9 hours.

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Thanks Gord.....finally found the Petit website...under Kop-Coat and got the same info there. Appreciate the info though

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