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TotalBoat TotalBilge Epoxy Bilge Paint

TotalBilge is a long lasting, epoxy-based bilge paint specifically formulated to protect your bilge, bulkhead, and locker areas. The constant exposure to harmful marine elements like heat, humidity, mildew, grease and grime requires a superior bilge barrier solution to resist moisture and repel most oils, acids, alkyds and solvents right on the spot.

When compared to the top brand name bilge paints, TotalBilge stands up to the test. The single-component paint is easy to apply, dries quickly, and provides excellent coverage with a much harder surface finish. In addition, TotalBilge is easy to clean and does not lift, mildew, or stain over time.

Available in gray & white quarts.

$24.99 / qt
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content


  • Hard, durable film that will not lift
  • Superior moisture resistance
  • Increased alkali resistance over alkyds


BRAND: TotalBoat
Number Of Parts: One Part
Type: Bilge Paint
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TotalBoat TotalBilge Epoxy Bilge Paint

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Can be a problem to use

By Cynical1

from Columbia, SC

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      • Easily Accessible Areas

      Comments about TotalBoat TotalBilge Epoxy Bilge Paint:

      This product is promoted as a bilgepaint. However, I do not know of many vessels where you have easy access to the entire bilge that would allow you to sand between coats. Thus the three star rating. I can picture someone using a roller requiring an extended handle attempting to get down to the bottom of the bilge in a sailbat or under an engingine between beams, and then attempting to find ways to sand between coats. That being said, only one other similar product that JD sells does not suggest that sanding is required, but I would advise calling the manufacturer in that case.

      Finally, would I buy it agan - definately not since a areas of the bilge in my boat require special techniques just to be covered with paint. Accordingly, I would recommend using West Epoxy with a coloring agent, and applying a second coat, if necessary, once the first coat is tacky. I have made fiberglass over plywood diesel tanks using West Epoxy and they have lasted for years, accordingly, I would expect the same kind of results if I used epoxy in the bilge.

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