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Old 24-02-2016, 12:00   #1
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Barrier Coat- Petit Protect and Interlux 2000e

I recently stripped my hull to the gel coat and would like to barrier coat. Plan to use either Petit Protect or the Interlux 2000e. Any opinions?
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Re: Barrier Coat- Petit Protect and Interlux 2000e

Pettit goes on thicker than 2000e (more like 3000), so you need less coats. Hopefully you don't need sand the Pettit as it is like sanding clay.


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