I'm about to lay down a breifcase full of 100 dollar bills in payment for all the primers, surfacers, thinners, activators, top coat. topcoat activators, all covered by awlcraft 2000.
Awlgrip makes mighy fine products
1. Awlgrip Polyester Polyurethane
with activator ....results in a 10 to 15 year topcoat, spray it and forget it. Polyester polyurethane
be buffed over time without compromising the gloss and protective matrix. ( it gets less glossy the more yu buff it)
2. Awlgrip Awlcraft Acrylic
polyurethane.....similar qualities but can be re-worked after your brother comes on board with his steel
spike ultimate frisbee shoes while saber sword fighting a heartless tin man. ( scrapes , dings and bashed in hatch
openings can all be worked back into shape and localized damages can be touched up and blended without the need to repaint the whole boat)
I like that.
therefore: show boats....go for Polyester Polyurethane
cruising boats.....where you just may bump a dock
( can be buffed and touched up locally)
: thickest coat of high solids two part epoxy
aircraft hanger paint
. ( mixed with micro baloons for body / texture to hide imperfections and impart an elegant subdued simi gloss which can be pressure washed bow to stern, inside and out with fresh water
from the watermaker
output reserves run back through the cat pump bypassing the RO element which will now be acting as a fresh water
hand held pressure washer for the boat. I like adding a touch of lavender oil
and a few drips of ucalipstus oil
just to give the interior
that yoga studio after party smell
My cat's not sitting on the porch, she's going to be out there scraping rocks, scratching her sides against docks and generally not worrying about maintaining perfection over the enjoyment of friends, family
and helping all you other cruisers that my need it.