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Interlux Trilux 33 Aerosol Spray Paint
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Interlux Trilux 33 Aerosol Spray Paint
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Interlux Trilux 33 Aerosol Spray Paint Customer Questions and Answers

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Which outdrive antifouling paint works best to keep barnacles off outdrives in salt water?

Asked on 11/19/2013 by dennis king

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Got 6 reply's 1 yes, 3 no's and 2 maybe's

Answered on 11/20/2013 by dennis king
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I used this paint this summer and had quite a few barnacles on the out drive. More then normal. I used the whole can as directed. I will try something different next season.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by MICHAEL RIST

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Not this one.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by ROBERT REEVES

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Thanks got 6 reply's your yes ,3 no's and 2 maybe's

Answered on 11/20/2013 by dennis king

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Thanks got 6 reply's 1 yes, 3 no's and 2 maybe's.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by dennis king

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I live in the Chesapeake area and not having very good luck with any lasting very long. So expensive with such poor results.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by RICHARD SCHREIBER

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Have used this Trilux 33 for years. Used to get similar from Tempo. Not fully recommended, but some people use bottom paint and does not look and function well. Trilux worked but you still have to occasionally scrub to not let the larval mobile ones adhere. If not, nothing is perfect. Also depends on what type of salt water you are in when the boat is idle.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by DANA CUNNIFF

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Thanks got 6 reply's 1 yes, 3 no's and 2 maybe's.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by dennis king

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The Interlux Trilux 33 spray worked great for me. My outdrive looks great. No barnacles last year.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by JOE MONTE

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This was the first time I have used Trilux 33 and it was in freshwater. It worked OK for algae and slime, keeping it under control for the Midwest boating season, however I thought it fell short of the protection I was looking for. I did have some build-up but it was less than other boats that I saw in the marina. I may have not put it on thick enough and I'm inclined to think a brush-on paint maybe better, leaving this for small touch-ups. I'm sorry I can't help with the barnacles.

Answered on 11/20/2013 by ROBERT MCCONNELL
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how to remove buildup?

Asked on 02/03/2015 by kevin shea

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Thx I can try that let you know outcome

Answered on 02/04/2015 by kevin shea
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There isn't a chemical remover I want to repaint my outdrive sanding to clean surface exposes aluminum thats why I want to take it all off going from salt to fresh water. Want a silver drive not black. Thx Kevin

Answered on 02/04/2015 by kevin shea

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Never had an issue with buildup but there are a number of products to remove the paint. Actually I am not really happy with the product. I still get barnacles and mussels.

Answered on 02/04/2015 by RICHARD SCHREIBER

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Kevin, You could use a paint remover but that may remove some of the original Outboard paint if not careful. Try Ready-Strip Spray Remover. You could repaint with the original outboard color if you're in fresh water.

Answered on 02/04/2015 by Rick White

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Typically you would sand the old paint to remove excessive build up and provide some grit for the new paint to adhere.

Answered on 02/03/2015 by Rick White
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WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED PERIOD BETWEEN APPLICATION OF PRIMOCON PRIMER ON ALUMINUM STERN DRIVE AND PROP, TILL I APPLY TRILUX 33? CAN THE PERIOD BETWEEN APPLICATION OF PRIMER, THEN ANTIFOULING BE ONE MONTH APART? AND FROM THE TIME I APPLY ANTI FOULING, WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE PERIOD TILL I LAUNCH THE BOAT? IF ONE MONTH FROM ANTIFOULING TO LAUNCH, DOES THE ANTIFOULING EFFECTIVENESS IN SALTWATER DIMINISH CONSIDERABLY?

Asked on 06/01/2014 by tony soriano

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Hello Tony. Instructions say maximum 30 day between coats or immersion. Is best if you can time it since this product works better when not exposed to air, they advise not putting above the water line. You can always contact them directly too. Not sure on how much effectiveness is lost. I've seen it flake where not immersed in water.

Answered on 06/06/2014 by DANA CUNNIFF
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