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Pettit EZ Decks - Non-Skid Deck Paint
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Pettit EZ Decks Non-Skid Deck Paint
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Pettit EZ Decks - Non-Skid Deck Paint Customer Questions and Answers

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i sanded deck but has small cracks in some areas will paint fill small cracks?

Asked on 01/07/2014 by scott lefevre

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This is not an easy answer from my experience. If the cracks are due to aging gel coat and you prepare the surface correctly and use primer under the paint the answer is probably yes. If the cracks are do to damaged fiberglass underneath the gel coat, then the paint will fill the cracks but that will only be temporary, the cracks will soon reflect up through the paint. In general, a few scattered cracks are probably gel coat aging, many cracks in a small area are more likely to be deeper damage. You should consult any fiberglass repair manual. Most have pictures of gel coat cracking patterns and the ideal repair method to use. I painted my deck two years ago and it still looks good. It had minor cracking in the gel coat and have not seen any cracks reappear.

Answered on 01/07/2014 by MARK CARLSON
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thanks kevin for your answer

Answered on 01/09/2014 by scott lefevre

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It depends on how severe the cracks are but small cracks on my lobster boat were filled in.

Answered on 01/07/2014 by KevinFaey Fahey
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can this be used with a colorant - I wish a "sand" biege nonskid deck The vidio I saw said there was an epoxy additive that made the surface more durable What is the "bio-blue" surface cleaning material?

Asked on 08/26/2018 by Dick from SDO

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You would have to contact Pettit on what colorant would work: www.pettitpaint.com - (800) 221-4466 Pettit 92 BIO-BLUE is a pre-paint cleaner for surface preparation.

Answered on 08/28/2018 by JD Tech Team
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I added 1/2 tube of brown coloring agent to match my hull. Almost a full season of heavy use and all is well. Hope this helps.

Answered on 08/29/2018 by smckenna13
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As I read the description and application instructions, I found no mention of having to use a primer with EZ Decks. Is that really the case? It seems that somewhere I may have read that primer isn't required. Is it really that EZ?

Asked on 09/01/2018 by Mark from Knoxville, TN

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It depends on what you are putting in on top of. Here is the link to their technical data sheet: https://doc.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/pdfs/Pettit/EZ-Decks.pdf

Answered on 09/06/2018 by JD Tech Team
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How does this product stand up to a Polyester Gelcoat based product for wear and dirt repelling?

Asked on 07/18/2018 by Dave from MA

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Gelcoat is much harder and resilient to chemicals, and both will develop microscopic pores over time that dirt can get trapped in, but the gelcoat is a harder surface and will take longer to get to that stage. The paint's advantages are the ease of application with consistent colors, and quick repairing. Both can be scrubbed down and washed with a decent amount of water pressure. Gelcoat will have a better bond to old gelcoat than the paint (if both are applied properly).

Answered on 07/18/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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