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Pettit Hydrocoat SR
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Pettit Hydrocoat SR
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my boat is moored in fresh water, never sees salt. Do I need the most toxic paint, i.e. Trinidad, or can I use Hydrocoat and still get good life on the paint? Is the Hydrocoat SR necessary, or does the regular Hydrocoat suffice?

Asked on 04/09/2014 by Bob french

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I used to use Interlux Micron paints and it was OK then I went to the regular Hydrocoat and it much better, the finish after it is dry is "slicker" like a gloss! Clean up is much easier and the results where a lot better. I too am a solely fresh water boater. Slime and algae are my greatest concern. This year I am trying Hydrcoat SR to see if it will have a little more bang for the buck. I am a weekend boater but not every weekend so when I do go out I want the stuff growing on the bottom to come off ASAP

Answered on 04/09/2014 by WADE SCHRODER
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Dunno- I suggest you ask other at your marina what works. I keep my boat in brackish water and have been happy with Trinadad, lasted three years. and also Blue water SCX held up for 2 1/2 years. What works in my area may not be advisable in yours. Or try hydrocoat and see what happens. I would think it would last at least one year. Good luck.

Answered on 04/14/2014 by ROBERT LUHRS

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Can't say what fresh will do but in salt, I saw no discernible difference by upgrading to SR. I am happy with Hydrocoat and I have been trying different paints for years.

Answered on 04/09/2014 by LARRY PIERCE

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Sorry, this is my first experience with this bottom paint. I would suggest going to the Pettit sight and there will be a place to send an e-mail for technical questions. I got a helpful response to my inquirer. Greg

Answered on 04/09/2014 by GREGORY CREAM

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This paint is overkill for fresh water applications. I used Interlux VC-17 with great success when we had the boat in fresh water up north.

Answered on 11/07/2017 by Nodak7
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