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Re: Single Season Bottom Paint for Northern New England

Thank you all very much.

Looks like the WM PCA Gold is the one, a few bux less at 190 a gallon but I can get a $50 WM gift card for each one.

Only three work weekends left until splash!

One final question: Can I use it to paint my polyethylene dinghy bottom?

The site says wood, FG & steel, but I thought someone might have tried it. I have to pull out the tender every month and scrub the bottom; there are things I'd rather do. If I already have the wet roller in my hand...

Thanks again, guys.

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