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Season to Season bottom paint

I am learning NEW things all the time with the help of Interlux


I NOW know that Season to Season Ablative bottom paint is 1 haul bottom paint


And multi-season Ablative is can be dried out without harm



I was planing to scuff and repaint anyway because i had scrubbed most it off BUT i just wish they would say something simple like SINGLE SEASON

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If a dirty bottom slows you down what do you think it does to your boat
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Yup... if it doesn't say multi-season... then you're basically screwed if the boat is out of the water for a few days...




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