You're right..I was a bit low on my temp there..I might still be stuck on the old lead solder melting point. Still, I think it might work. Too bad you can't find a silver spray paint
that actually IS powdered silver. Guess that would give the steel
hulled guys a break..expensive, but you could silver plate the entire hull
..below the waterline anyway. I think from a shock standpoint that a polished silver or chrome boat would be something to see. I know there are paints made now, REAL expensive, but they actually look like polished silver, and reflect light just like a silver plate mirror.
Too bad you couldn't just imbed an electrical
grid into the gelcoat
like that of a bug zapper, but in a screen
mesh pattern so that anything that grew would cover the + and - and get zapped.. nothing more annoying than having an engine
overheat because barnacles
started growing in the water
jackets and intakes.
If they can make teflon stick to aluminum
, why not fiberglass
Got to be a better way than scraping the things off..will a 3 or 4000 psi pressure washer blow them off? I've always been fresh water
, but my pacemaker is going to be blue water this summer..