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TotalBoat Epoxy Primer Thinner 200 is a solvent specially formulated to extend and improve the flow of TotalBoat TotalProtect Epoxy Barrier Coat Primer, TotalBoat Aluminum Boat Barrier Coat, and TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primers. It's ideal for brush, roller, or spray applications.
Epoxy Primer Thinner 200 may also be used to clean painting equipment and tools, and can be used as a solvent wipe to remove surface contamination before applying TotalBoat Inflatable Boat Paint.
Available in Quart size.
|Technical Specifications||Epoxy Primer Thinner 200|
|Application Method||Mix with TotalBoat TotalProtect, TotalBoat Aluminum Boat Barrier Coat, and TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primers systems to reduce viscosity for brush, roller, or spray applications.|
|Mixing Percentage||For use as a thinner/reducer, the mixing percentage is specific to each TotalBoat product. DO NOT add more than thinner than specified in the technical data sheet for each product.|
|Other Uses||Use to clean up painting tools and equipment. Can also be used as a surface prep solvent wipe prior to applying TotalBoat Inflatable Boat Paint.|
|Storage||Store in a cool, dry area away from flames or heat sources.|
IMPORTANT: All epoxy-based products for which this product is designed to be a thinner or reducer must go through an induction period prior to adding this product. The induction period is specified on the epoxy-based product, and varies from product to product.
May 19, 2021
Used this thinner on the first coat of primer paint that I needed to put over the fairing compound repair I did to my rudder. (See review on fairing compound). Then I used the primer un-diluted so that I could put bottom paint on the rudder. I was surprised at how hard and firm the primer was. Sanding was necessary prior to bottom paint, but the final repair is very good.
May 10, 2021
Work perfectly with the primer epoxi
January 30, 2021
GREAT EXPERIENCE DEALING WITH BRIAN P. MY SHIPMENT ARRIVED THE VERY NEXT DAY. I'M JUST WAITING FOR THE WEATHER TO BREAK SO I CAN START THE PROJECT.BRIAN WAS VERY HELPFUL WITH INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO DO THE JOB CORRECTLY. THANK YOU, ARMAND. SEMPER FI !!! ALWAYS FWD !!!
January 2, 2021
This stuff works, works well actually. It's just that xylene works too (for the most part) and they make it sound like you have to buy this thinner. It's expensive in comparison to xylene but, it is better for thinning as it probably has both xylene and something else in it. I think if they were just willing to disclose, you font NEED the thinner, I'd give it 5 stars. I must say every TotalBoat product I've used is good so I'm not surprised this one works very well!
October 23, 2020
For the first time in years, my pontoons have pits in them. Others on our canal have the same problem. There is discussion as to whether it's due to electrolysis or an interaction with the copper sulfate our weed treater uses to control algae. I bought this "Barrier" coat to prevent pitting under the waterline. It passed the first test: It stood up to the ToonBrite on the top side of the pontoons without peeling or discoloring. I have used West System's epoxy for a multitude of uses. It provides an impenetrable plastic coating to anything I applied it to. I am hoping the TotalBoat Epoxy, paint-like coating accomplishes the same thing for my aluminum pontoons. I'll let you know in about a year. PS. I've also purchased some sacrificial magnesium anodes for the boat.
September 3, 2020
I did the job on a day that got hotter by the minute (normal for central ca) so I sadder reducer as the temp increased and had very good results. I am looking for some kind of a spout cap to make it easier to add small amounts to batch. Found some but need to buy 200!!! Sure wish JD would carry these!
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