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Quart sizes of Awlgrip urethane topcoat base paint.
Awlgrip urethane paints yield durable high gloss finishes to wood, fiberglass, aluminum, or steel, and may be applied with a paint roller, brush or spray gun.
Awlgrip finishes are renowned for their superior resistance to sun, saltwater, chemicals, and abrasion, and are ideal for coating everything from boat topsides, cabin tops, decks and masts, to engines.
Important note: Awlgrip is a 2-part paint system, requiring both a base, and a converter. For spraying, use Awl-Cat #2 converter. For brushing, use Awl-Cat #3 converter. (Converters are sold separately)
July 13, 2021
just applied this paint over the weekend. High gloss and great workability. Used the brush and tip method, came out great. Wish I had the time to sand between coats but the finish product looks great.
July 29, 2019
Roll n tip is like magic with this product. Beyond happy with the results.
November 15, 2016
I rolled on the paint and the next day started to sand it, but the dust from sanding glued itself to the paper and then back on to the hull. Which I then had to pull off. It never really seemed to properly set up. And so I painted it again without sanding. Then a week later when we launched her, the slings adhered to the paint and the paint was damaged. It just never set up right. Which was a bummer. And expensive.
March 4, 2016
July 30, 2015
By no means do I know how to spray paint. I got a free sprayer with by compressor and had never used it. Mix this product exactly as the can indicates, practice on a flat board, dial-in your spray gun to "your" pace and you will really enjoy the process and finish.
July 9, 2014
Take your time. Paint runs easy.
November 5, 2013
Sand with #220 and apply
July 14, 2013
This is good stuff, easy to use, good coverage
February 15, 2013
Last time I repainted topsides was in 1991 and they still were decent.
March 1, 2012
We have found that using a last coat or two of clear Awldrip over Awlbrite provides better abraision resistance to the finish. We typically use 2 coats pentrating epoxy CPES on bare wood until setup and solvents have evaporated but still green then 5050 with west 105/207 then one coat 105/207 or system 3 ,sand smooth, 3 coats Awlbrite 24 hoursor less apart, sand smooth, 3 more coats Awlbrite 24 hours or less apart, sand smooth , then 2 coats Awlgrip clear that now has stood up to 3 years of use on a boat we see regularly and 5 according to the owner of a boat we did in 2007. This system requires that NO moisture get in behind your coatings. We have used it on Mahogany and properly deoiled Teak . I believe that the epoxies expand and contract with the wood somewhat sparing the harder suface coats from failure due to expansion and contraction. UV will get at this stuff and this year another coat of Awlbrite then one of Awgrip will go on the job from 2007 assuming that the substrate is stable. Ill keep readers posted when we order again
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