Thanks for the help. Sounds like you know Singapore. I am getting my quotes directly, in person, from International Paints on Neythal Road. I need to repaint a 4" boot stripe. The two biggest discrepancies:
primer for the Awlcraft. I asked for a quote on 1 quart; they came back with one gallon each of base and converter, SG$516.
2. Hot weather
reducer and spray converter for the Awlcraft 2000 -- again, a gallon each when I need far less, SG$166 and SG$481 (choke!) respectively.
We're talking almost US$1000 for just the fluids to redo a bootstripe? In contrast, the Ocean Master products come in at US$200.
I'm waiting for quotes from Jotun. Since those products are manufactured in Malaysia
, they may be affordable as there shouldn't be a heavy duty layered on top.
Any one out there with experience using Jotun topcoats, epoxy
primers and the like?