TotalBoat Wet Edge Cold Cure Topside Paint
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TotalBoat Wet Edge Cold Cure Topside Paint

TotalBoat Wet Edge Cold Cure has the same advanced UV stabilizers, high gloss, & excellent color retention as regular Wet Edge 1-part polyurethane topside paint, but can be applied in temperatures as low as 45°F so you can paint sooner & launch earlier.

Wet Edge Cold Cure has excellent flow and coverage to make it easy to apply. Cured finish is easy to clean, resists staining, and has superior abrasion resistance. Its superior adhesion & flexibility prevent the finish from lifting & cracking when the hull expands and contracts.

Brush, roll or spray on fiberglass, wood, or previously painted surfaces above the waterline. For best results, prime with TotalBoat Topside Primer. Can also be applied to properly prepared aluminum and steel substrates primed with TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer.

Available in Quarts, while supplies last.

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The viscosity and solvent content of Wet Edge Cold Cure have been adjusted for colder conditions. The Cold Cure formula is designed to mimic the properties of regular Wet Edge, but to cure faster in cooler temperatures.

Wet Edge Cold Cure is not recommended for use in temperatures above 70°F because its flow properties and other characteristics are not similar to our regular Wet Edge topside paint, and is intended for use only in 45 to 70°F temps. In temperatures above 70°F, use regular Wet Edge for easiest application and desired results.


TotalBoat Wet Edge Cold Cure Topside Paint is not designed for continuous submersion on boat bottoms that remain in the water longer than 72 hours.


  • High-gloss, one-part topside finish
  • Offers the same glossiness and color retention as our regular Wet Edge, but can be applied and cures in cooler temperatures.
  • Long lasting and durable
  • Fortified with advanced UV stabilizers
  • Available in 4 bright, popular Wet Edge colors


  • 2 Plastic Paint Pots
  • 2 10'' Wooden Stir Sticks
  • 1 pr Large latex gloves

Available Colors

  • White SOLD OUT
  • Oyster White SOLD OUT
  • Flag Blue
  • Sea Foam
  • Sea Green SOLD OUT
  • Fire Red


Primer  TotalBoat Topside Primer (fiberglass/wood); TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer (Metals) 
Application Temperature  45 to 70°F 
Application Methods  Brush, Roll and Tip, or Spray 
Thinning (Brush/Roll Application  TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100 
Thinning (Spray Application)  Xylene 
Cleanup  TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100 or TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep 
Number of Coats  2-3 thin coats 
Film Thickness Per Coat  1-2 mils dry (3 mils wet) 
Coverage  350-400 sq. ft. per gallon (approximately 80-100 sq. ft. per quart) 
WARNING: Wet Edge Cold Cure Flag Blue color can expose you to chemicals including carbon black, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to

BRAND: TotalBoat
Material: Polyurethane
Number Of Parts: One Part
Type: Topside Paint
4.7 6

I highly recomend this paint for outdoor use in the Spring.


I used this on my 33 foot lobster boat and it's as good as two part paints that I've used in the past. Very, very durable, takes a beating!!

Jersey Girl

Kittery Point, Maine


Awesome paint


This was a great paint to work with. Personally I think the best approach is to spray. If you have a compressor 20 gallons or bigger. I bought a 15 dollar hvlp gun from harbor freight. Cheaper than a roller and a good brush. Thinned it 15-20% with acetone. Don't use xylene it's nasty toxic. Spray it on thin let it build 5-7 coats. 220 in between then 400 when you on your last coat. Looks better than the paint on my car.


Bear lake Idaho.


Excellent product


this is a great Paint!! I bought the cold cure because in Wisconsin you never know what you are going to get for weather. I painted when it was a bit over 70 degrees which they say is the higher end of the temp spectrum on this paint but it worked out great I sprayed this on with a HVLP gun and although it has very minor "orange peel" which I believe is because I painted too warm, This in turn I think cured the paint to quickly and didn't have enough time to run out. In hind-site I should have waited until a bit later in the day and this may have come out absolutely perfect. . Easy to work with easy to spray and has an excellent gloss finish to it. this is the second boat that I used the Totalboat products on and I am now a firm believer in the quality of the paint and ease of use.


Menasha wisconsin


Seems good


Went on easily, looks good. Hopefully will last

The missing link

Orleans, ma




This is a terrific product and worked exactly as they said it would.It came out beautiful. Love dealing with this company, feels like a local store. Great info and videos! Thanks


Long Island NY


First try with this paint


It went on as advertised in 55 degree weather. I used it on a vertical surfaace, and had to put it on pretty thin to keep it from running. Typical roll and tip, looks quite nice for the conditions I used it in.


georgia, usa


TotalBoat Wet Edge Cold Cure Topside Paint



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