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TotalBoat Inflatable Boat Paint provides barnacle and growth protection for inflatable boats used in both fresh and salt water. This ablative antifouling paint is specifically formulated for Hypalon, PVC, and rubber boats. It dries to a durable, flexible coating that allows inflatables to be deflated and rolled up without the paint cracking.
TotalBoat Inflatable Boat Paint is water-based, so it can be thinned with water, if needed, and cleaned up with water when you're done painting. Easy to apply by brush, roller, or spraying.
Available in Gray, in a Quart size can, which is typically enough for two coats on an 8 to 10 ft inflatable.
Bonus: Each order includes 2 stir sticks, and 2 quart size paint pots.
|Thinning||Water, up to 10%|
|Surface Prep Solvent - Rubberized Materials||TotalBoat Epoxy Primer Thinner 200|
|Surface Prep Solvent - Fiberglass, Metals, Wood||TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep (do not use on Rubber, Hypalon, or PVC)|
|Coverage||125 sq. ft./quart. One quart is enough for two coats on an 8-10 ft. inflatable boat|
Inflatable Boat Paint Features
June 1, 2021
Always appreciate the knowledgable staff and useful suggestions. We miss being able to speak in person, and unfortunately delay and shipping costs diminish the joy of working with you wonderful people!
May 14, 2021
There were problems in shipping causing a delay. The new shipping only system sucks. I will try to shop elsewhere when ever possible.
September 28, 2019
Painted my inflatable boat bottom in the beginning of spring. Kept the boat in the water all summer hauled it today and marine growth was minimal. The boat was kept at a marina near Lake Erie in fresh water. I recommend this product.
June 12, 2017
Being water based really helps with cleanup and multiple applications.
June 1, 2017
Applied to new inflatable and it went well
September 13, 2016
used on rubber boat enough paint, easy to apply, looks good, bottom stays clean(have only been in two weeks)
August 16, 2016
I'll need to wait until the end of season for final evaluation. It went on very easily after wiping inflatable bottom down with alcohol as recommended by the video.
June 26, 2016
Application was a snap. The true test will be when I pull my dinghy out of the water at the end of the season and see how easy it is to clean. Wish I had done this years ago.
October 20, 2015
I used Forespar's waxy "green" product meant for inflatables and prop shafts-terrible, both covered with all kinds of marine growth at the end of the season. This year for the first time I used the Total Boat inflatable bottom paint. The dinghy remained in the water for about 3 months and when hauled at the end of the season, it had only a thin film of slime on the bottom that came off with a sponge as well as a minor green "beard" at the stern waterline that needed a little elbow grease and a Scotch Brite. The bottom cleaning took about 10 minutes vs. 2 hours last year. Oh, and I only used 1 quart for two coats so I'll get another season out of it.
June 29, 2015
Applied this dinghy paint just last week, so I don't know how it will hold up. It was easy to apply the two coats. Waited four hours between coats and another day before launching per the directions.
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