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Old 20-08-2007, 15:17   #16
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Ask your local fishermen. They will probably tell you to quit worrying so much about four months exposure, unless, of course, the teredo worms are so much more powerful in the Med than elsewhere.

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Old 20-08-2007, 15:40   #17
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Res Q Steel is the product Alan's talking about. Not sure how available it is outside Australasia.


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Thanks Pete. That's the stuff. I have never met anything that is as tenaciouse and as water proof as that stuff is.

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Pete's right.
According to International Protective Coatings - International Paint - Akzo Nobel
“RES-Q-STEEL” GMA176/500ML* is only available in:
Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, & Papua New Guinea.
* A unique, red oxide pigmented non-drying anti corrosive paste that is suitable for protecting a wide range of metals.

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