Remove sanding residue. Begin by scrubbing the surface thoroughly with a stiff brush using soap and water to remove loose dirt and contamination. Flush with fresh water to remove the soap residue and allow to dry.
Had to go ablative because I thought I would have to haul out again pretty quick. After sitting in the marina for about 60 days a thick layer of slime and light weed formed. It doesn't ablate off, and it is difficult to scrub off.
With the new season fast approaching and launch just weeks away, it's time to get down to business and tackle the dreaded task of painting and protecting the hull. Let's be honest - there's so many different types to choose from and then there's the compatibility issues and application methods - PLUS the never ending battle with Mother Nature to get the warm weather needed to actually paint the boat! So, I've spent hours scouring Interlux's website to help make the overwhelming world of antifouling paint a little bite easier. Why antifouling paint or what is it you may ask?
Interlux Micron CSC uses Micron technology to provide excellent, long-lasting protection against all types of fouling. This product ships ground only How much paint will I need for my boat? Help us make our site better for everyone!
This Item does not qualify for Free Shipping! More Info Controlled polishing also reduces the build-up of old coatings and minimizes sanding.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. This also allows the boat to be hauled and launched without recoating. Uses less copper, more efficiently, than old fashioned high copper bottom paints. Add to Cart.
I once heard an argument at a yacht club. Two old salts, patiently itching to let go lines and raise sail were preparing their boats for launch. The argument went something like this:.