I am considering renewing the paint
on my alum. spars. Starting small with the spreaders, then if that goes well, the booms, and finally the masts. Assuming I read the directions, do good prep work
, have the right temperature, etc., would you recommend one or two part poly? Is the two part considerably touchier to apply with a brush? I read it is harder and more UV resistant. Brand? Petit Ezpoxy2? Interlux
The masts I will have to paint
outside. The others I can do in the shed or the garage. Where the masts are it is highly unlikely that I could get my painter in there to spray, so it will have to be brushing or nothing at this point. The existing white paint has not failed, just getting old and dingy.
I read this thread:
And I'm probably of the persuasion of Krogansailer. I doubt I would ever get to a point of stripping the mast
and "doing it right." Definitely do not have the budget
of Flight Plan or the time of Rhapsody. But if the consensus is "Don't touch the masts until you can do it right" then I would ponder that. Thanks.