Originally Posted by Special
The product was incredibly awesome, although we did have to through our clothes out after the first scraping. It is an environmentally friendly product witch was very important to us, . . .
Excuse me, but you cannot make any such claim to "environmentally friendly" without stating - exactly - what is in the stuff chemically. That is being disingenuous at best, and out-right flim-flam lying at worst. What is in this product that attacks and dissolves/loosens an epoxy
based bottom paint
- - If it is so benign why is the applicator person in full moon-suit and respirator? And the boat is completely "tented" - come on, come clean, what is in the stuff.
- - The requirement to disclose on the product label what is in the "can" is uniquely a USA requirement. Europe
and other foreign business can make outrageous claims and never have to disclose what is in the "can." For example, JOTUN bottom paints makes overblown claims about their paint
but in order to find out what is in their "can" you need to go to the Hazardous Materials Shipping
Documents. Where you find out that JOTUN is ordinary 40% copper bottom paint
just like the majority of USA brand bottom paints.
- - And evenly more importantly, what is the price
of that 5 gal bucket of the stuff?