Sea-Hawk Cukote's high loading of cuprous oxide makes it a suitable antifouling paint for use in the most severe fouling areas. As an ablative, self-polishing coating, there is no buildup of bottom paint over time. Your hull's underwater surface remains smooth and clean.
Cukote copolymer can also withstand removal from water without affecting its antifouling properties.
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Additional Features & Info
Self Polishing Ablative with Multi-Season Performance on Both Pleasure Craft, Coastal and Deep Sea Vessels
Harder Ablative Finish Makes Cukote Ideal for Fast Moving Vessels including: Pleasure Craft Power Boats, High Speed Transports, Supply Vessels, and Ferries
May Be Taken In and Out of the Water Without Affecting Antifouling Characteristics
Does Not Contain Any Organotin Compounds (TBT)
May Be Used on All Steel, Fiberglass, and Wood Vessels Below the Waterline That Have Been Planned Drydockings of Less Than Three Years
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Copper AF Paint
Ive been using JD Spartan but several local boaters in the SW Florida Gulf waters area siggest I try Spartan cukote. Is Cukote compatible with JD Spartan? Or will I need to completely remove the JD product before applying Seahawk Cukoye?
You can apply SeaHawk Cukote over TB Spartan, just sand with 80 grit clean and apply.
Hi, What is the recommended type paint roller for this paint ?
Any standard oil base roll will work.
You'll need a roller that is stain and solvent resistant or capable. I also advise a respirator with organic filter when painting with this paint. Good luck
Can I use this product on an aluminum boat ?
No, Cukote contains copper which will pit the aluminum. Use Interlux Trilux, or Totalboat Krypton which don't have copper as the biocide.
Not the Best
Not the Best
Very effective for 2 years.
I have used this paint for years. It lasts 2 good years on Chesapeake Bay without annual hauling out. I just scrub one foot below the waterline one or twice per summer to remove the slime. I probably could even get 3 years with this paint... And it is easy to apply; 2 coats, 2 days, and back in the water!