Pettit Black Widow is a slick, hard, high-performance bottom paint that can be burnished to a gun-metal mirror finish for maximum speed. Its advanced, dual-biocide formula provides excellent multi-season antifouling protection against hard and soft growth in all waters,
Developed for racing sailboats and speed-hungry offshore powerboats, Black Widow contains four slickness-enhancing agents that ensure optimum performance and make the surface easier to keep clean. Just 2 thin coats are required for best adhesion and antifouling performance. Apply by brush, roller, or spray.
Available in Quart and Gallon sizes.
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Slick, hard, multi-season antifouling protection in all waters
Easy to apply and easy to clean
Finish is flat but can be burnished to a mirror-like, polished surface to increase speed
Contains PTFE, graphite, silicon, and molybdenum disulfide to make it the slickest, fastest, antifouling coating available
Brush, solvent-safe foam roller, airless spray, or conventional spray
50°F to 90°F
Number of Coats
1 minimum per season; additional coats for extended service
Film Thickness per coat, DFT
Film Thickness per coat, WFT
Solids by Weight
83 +/- 2%
440 sq. ft. per gallon
Drying Times - Substrate temperature must be at least 5°F above dew point.
Number Of Parts:
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Is black widow compatable with baltoplate? (Can it be applied directly over well prepared Baltoplate?)
I don't see any information about Black Widow on top of Baltoplate. You will have to call Pettit: 800-221-4466
JD Tech Team
I called Pettit and was told that yes, it is. They said to scratch up the Baltoplate using 80 grit paper. Then apply 3 coats Black Widow. The wet sane with 1000 grit (seems kind of fine to me but that's what they said) OR polish with a good rubbing compound.
can this paint go over Interlux Offshore Epoxy
Their tech data sheet says it can go over a hard paint in good condition, sand first with 80 and solvent clean.
JD Tech Team
Black Widow - Fab Alternative to VC-17
Over-coats over old paint - no stripping, just sand with 80, paint a few coats, burnish and you're ready to go. Half gallon (two quarts) gave us to coats on our 22 foot mini-tonner. This was so easy versus applying VC-17