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Post by leeiaccoca on December 24th 2007, 6:35 am

You can get Blue Water Marine Paint, Polyurethane Single-Stage at http://www.ipaint.us. I used this polyurethane because it had the color I was looking for, unlike Interlux. Interlux should be available from any boat supply store.

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Re: Polyurethane

Post by badbyrdkoncepts on December 24th 2007, 10:30 am

thats too rich for my blood LOL plus they got's no orange wtf?????? hehehe grin
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Re: Polyurethane

Post by Matt on February 14th 2008, 1:41 am

What color was you looking for?

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Re: Polyurethane

Post by HD_Jeep on December 15th 2010, 12:23 am

POLYURETHANE TOPSIDE ENAMEL FOR MARINE APPLICATION.

IF MEGA GLOSS, CAN STAND UP TO THE HARSHEST CONDITIONS OF CORROSIVE SALT WATER & BLISTERING UV SUN, IT CAN DEFINITELY STAND UP ON YOUR HOME.





FOR BRUSHING, ROLLING & SPRAY APPLICATION

Covers 300 - 400 square feet / gallon; 2 coats needed for proper application

MEGA GLOSS is a technically advanced single component topside polyurethane enamel giving you a hard protective coating for super high gloss, color retention, and long durability. MEGA GLOSS is fast drying which when brushed or rolled gives a smooth finish with excellent handle and flow. This widely used topside polyurethane enamel has tremendous resistance to tough chemicals, cleaning solutions and ultraviolet light with its advanced ultaviolet technology. Can be used on wood. fiberglass, stucco, aluminum and steel. It's like wrapping your yacht or home in glass!

Covers 300 square feet / gallon; 2 coats needed for proper application

I was about to ask about that paint is it applied like the Rusto?
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Re: Polyurethane

Post by RolledC70 on September 21st 2011, 4:55 pm

this is the paint i was going to use.

has anyone used this?? any pics???
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