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Old 03-26-2013
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Bottom Paint

It's a good deal and yes they are my ads. Since Sailnet only carries water based paints, I think this might be OK. If not, Mods say the word and I will take this down ASAP.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pettit-Horiz...ba3919&vxp=mtr


PETTIT ANTIFOULING BOTTOM PAINT

$85 a gallon for sailnet members. Contact me directly:
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Re: Bottom Paint

Rob,
I'd consider it if I lived a little closer to you.
I'm not crazy about the color but who spends a lot of time looking at their boat's bottom once it is in the water?
Starting on Thursday 3/28 WM is offering a $50 gift card rebate on their CPP paint that I have been using now for several years. With the rebate the paint costs me $89/gallon + tax and the color will likely be what it says it is.
I wish you well in this enterprise.
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