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Postby astx » Sat Apr 01, 2006 4:13 pm

Hello, what is the best paint to use on epoxy? thanks :thumb:

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Postby crabman » Sat Apr 01, 2006 4:20 pm

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Postby bay surfer » Sun Apr 02, 2006 1:54 pm

Gel Coat-works good, heavy some manufactures use it.
I like Pasti-a-cote -goes on smooth, drys fast and you can kill brain cells in the process. You need to be 18 to buy it, its basically model paint.

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Postby sailrtnow » Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:56 pm

You can use any marine grade topside paint on epoxy. For the best results you need to prime the board first. You can go with a one part or two part paint. The two part is more expensive but works much better. Check out this site, They have a great variety of paints. The one part paints are quick and easy but are not as durable. There are a few brands that make good paints, Interlux and Epifanes.

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Postby gbgreen59 » Mon May 01, 2006 10:43 pm

I used the Interlux Brightside paint and did not like the durability. Talked with a guy at Jamestown Distributors today about it. He said he likes the Interlux Toplac. This is also a one-part paint. Epoxy paint should be best for durability, but I've got no experience with it. Rogue Wave was on another thread saying that they used automobile paint which is a two part formula. Says it is most durable. However, it is very expensive, and I think you have to spray it (i.e. no brushing).

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