Awlgrip Polyester Urethane Topcoat Paint Base Gallon size
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Awlgrip Polyester Urethane Topcoat Base Gallon

Gallon sizes of Awlgrip urethane topcoat base.

Awlgrip urethane paints yield durable high gloss finishes to wood, fiberglass, aluminum, or steel, and may be applied with a paint roller, brush or spray gun.

Awlgrip finishes are renowned for their superior resistance to sun, saltwater, chemicals, and abrasion, and are ideal for coating everything from boat topsides, cabin tops, decks and masts, to engines.

Jamestown Distributors site also offers Awlgrip in quart sizes.


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  • Long lasting; high gloss
  • Superior resistance to sun, saltwater, chemicals and abrasion
  • Appropriate for use on fiberglass, steel and wood
  • Low maintenance
  • Above the waterline use only
  • Available in quarts and gallons
  • Custom colors available


BRAND: Awlgrip
Number Of Parts: Two Part
Type: Topside Paint
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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


Love this paint

By Drew

from Maine

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  • Durable
  • Easy to use
  • Shine


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      Comments about Awlgrip Polyester Urethane Topcoat Base Gallon:

      I never sprayed paint before in my life. I used Awlgrip two part on my 42 foot sailboat and just love it! I know it says professional use only, so what. It's easy to understand the mixing directions and the troubleshooting chart, and it's easy to apply by spray gun. The results are jaw dropping. You don't need expensive spray guns either, just read the application guides and buy the gun with the right size nozzle or close to it. I used dirt cheap guns and a [@]compressor. Just remember one thing...preparation. The hard work is in preping the surface, don't skimp or you will regret it. Surface preparation is the most important and time consuming part of the paint job. Oh, and if you're a novice like me, you're going to make small mistakes don't worry about it! You can fix the mistakes if they are big enough or ignore them if they are small and out of the way. The shine from your new paint job will distract any onlooker from a small drip in the lower corner. Read the application guides and go to it, you will not regret it! I can't say enough about this fantastic paint. It's easy to understand their guides, straight forward to use, easy to apply, easy to fix mistakes I made, and the shine and color are just amazing. If your not sure you can do it, practice on something small that you don't care about. I wanted an Awlgrip paint job but was unwilling to pay $16,000. I painted my boat for just over $2,000. Do it. If anyone tries to talk you out of it, ignore them. Read, practice, preparation. You will love what you see!

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