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05-25-2013 06:46 PM
sailvayu
Re: Paint for dinghy floor and transom

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Originally Posted by copacabana View Post
I use regular alkyd paint on mine, but I first seal the edges with epoxy. When the paint is cheap you're more inclined to repaint it every year or so.
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05-25-2013 05:40 PM
copacabana
Re: Paint for dinghy floor and transom

I use regular alkyd paint on mine, but I first seal the edges with epoxy. When the paint is cheap you're more inclined to repaint it every year or so.
05-25-2013 05:29 PM
mainemandean
Paint for dinghy floor and transom

We need to repaint the (removable) plywood floor and the wooden transom of our inflatable dinghy.

We have already in our basement a perfectly good can of grey (the color we need) Muralo alkyd floor and deck enamel. The advantage of this paint is that it is essentially free at this point. Whereas a quart of marine poly goes for $45.

Does anyone think the sky will fall if we use the Basement Special?

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