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Rbob

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Sprayed Zolatone
« on: May 04, 2020, 10:40:01 AM »
Not much going on at work so I decided to repaint my aluminum boat since I will be selling it once the G/A is near completion.

Clear coat was peeling from this 2004 Raider Sea Raider and it had seen lots of years of abuse from crab and shrimp pots over the side etc.

Sanding he old Zolatone was done with #80 and #180 d/a sander.

I used a pressure pot (already had it) and put down 2 coats of Zolatone one at higher pressure and second coat at lower pressure with fluid valve opened up a couple turns.  Weirdest stuff to spray but seemed easy once I got started. 2 guys and some scaffolding. Applied white epoxy primer, 2 coats of Zolatone and 2 coats of clear. 3 days. epoxy primer, overnight dry, zolatone, overnight dry then clear coat.


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Re: Sprayed Zolatone
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2020, 11:30:13 AM »

Turned out great!  You'll get lotsa bux more when you sell your aluminum boat!

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Re: Sprayed Zolatone
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2020, 08:17:11 PM »
Not holding my breath, probably wont sell for a couple years now, unless I want to give it away.