Concur with all above, except mine is best, no really. KIDDING..
Hey you're in Hong Kong
, get hold of RAINBOW its made there, its excellent, hard ablative, no tbt. We got 6 years and 6 months on one treatment and it was still working when we hauled. We are also steel
, it actually does not matter that much what you put on but how thick you put it on!!!
We have 8 coats at the waterline and front of rudder
and the sides of the rudder
directly behind the prop. Also the bottom of the rudder skeg and keel
. The rest is about 5 coats, hard to say. Are your anodes "bolt on" or "weld on" Bolt on is best you can change them without hauling. Leave a space between anode and hull
, about 1/2 inch, and paint the backside of the anodes with epoxy
then antifoul. You do not want the back of the anode to attack the hull paint
Here are the details: RAINBOW SP-99Y Tin-Free sealf polising A/F
Tel 886-787-13181 Manufactured by YUNG CHI PAINT and VARNISH
The "Bluish Green" is nice
Spelling Errors copied off can.
We used 50 Litres.