TotalBoat Wet Edge Topside Paint
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TotalBoat Wet Edge Topside Paint

TotalBoat Wet Edge is a one-part, high-gloss polyurethane topside finish. This thick, rich topside paint is easy to apply and has excellent coverage characteristics. Advanced UV stabilizers ensure high gloss and color retention. Choose from 21 popular colors in quarts or gallons.

Wet Edge is easy to clean, resists staining, & has incredible abrasion resistance. Our unique urethane formula provides superior adhesion and flexibility, allowing the natural expansion and contraction of your boat's hull without causing the finish to lift or crack. Elasticity provides longer life and increased durability over leading marine one-part enamels.

Brush or spray on fiberglass, wood, or previously painted surfaces above the waterline. For best results, prepare surfaces with TotalBoat Topside Primer.

Select colors are now available in pints, perfect for boot stripes.

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IMPORTANT!

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

Features

  • High Gloss one-part topside finish
  • Long lasting and durable
  • Fortified with advanced UV stabilizers
  • Range of bright, crisp colors

FREE QUICK-START KIT INCLUDED:

  • (1pr) Large latex gloves
  • (2ea) Wooden Stir Sticks, 10"
  • (2ea) Plastic Mixing Pots

 

Application Methods  Brush, Roll and Tip, 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 
Primer  TotalBoat Topside Primer 
Number of Coats  2-3 
Film Thickness Per Coat  1-2 mils dry (3 mils wet) 
Coverage  350-400 sq ft/gallon (approximately 80-100 sq ft/quart) 
WARNING: Certain TotalBoat Wet Edge colors can expose you to chemicals including titanium dioxide, ethylbenzene, silica crystalline, carbon black, and n-methylpyrrolidone, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

BRAND: TotalBoat
Material: Polyurethane
Number Of Parts: One Part
Type: Topside Paint
4.5 196

Very nice paint, good coverage

5

Nice glossy finish with no brush marks

G.P.

Gloucester Ma

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The paint is great...the can...not so much.

4

Excellent top paint that conceals and covers well. Just be careful of the handle on the paint can since, in my case, with the lid off and carrying the can to the boat, the handle broke free from the one side of the can. You can imagine the mess. Fortunately it broke just as I raised it over the transom so at least the spillage was inside the boat that was being painted anyhow.

Mike

NJ

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Excellent product

5

Used this to repaint my pontoon with excellent results.

Sharon

West Virginia

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Excellent paint.

5

The paint was the exact viscosity needed for our project, no thinning required.

Racer

Fairhope Alabama

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Great product

5

Great product fast delivery. I couldn't see the color well on the website. The help desk sent A color chart. Matched perfectly

Mike

Nola

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Good Price and FREE delivery

4

This was the first time I used Wet Edge. I rolled the paint on my Adirondack Guideboat and tipped with a badger hair brush.The paint did not smooth out after tipping like other paints that I have used.Next time I will thin the Wet Edge paint and see if that helps.

Mully

Middle Grove N.Y.

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Absolutely fabulous product

5

I first used this paint to paint the Hall of my 1957 Lyman. The results were amazing and the pain has lasted it looks exactly like the day I applied it for over a year. I am now using this paint for other projects. I recently helped a friend restore an antique Brunswick pool table and use the paint on all of the wood parts. It looks as though I sprayed it. Of course I prepped it very well, but the results speak for themselves the paint looks absolutely fabulous. My son said to me after seeing the paint, dad did you use automotive paint and spray those. I intend to use this as my preferred paint going forward for topside paint on all five of my antique boats. Great job Jamestown Distributors, your products are simply awesome

Scott the Antique Boat Guy

Canton Ohio

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Yes id buy this product again

5

Had to paint fast, learned on first coat si second cost went on quicker

Capn Ron

Guaymas mexico

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Painting a fiberglass motorhome

5

Jury is still out but the paint went on very smooth so far with roller and some tipping. Hope it holds up

RV Paint

Montana

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Perfect for motorcycle track bodywork too!!!

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I work seasonally for a Harbormaster department on Cape Cod and am quite familiar with turning our fleet of boats from tired looking work horses to showroom grade masterpieces using various brands of topside paints, but mostly the Petit brand.My hobby is doing track days with my sportbike motorcycles and after an early season mishap, I was ready to paint a full set of new fiberglass fairings/bodywork. I know I might destroy the bodywork again or even worse, so I was not looking to pay upwards of $1,500 to have the bodywork professionaly painted. I have plastidip'd an entire bike in the past and it's perfect for track use but that stuff hates gasoline drips or solvents touching it. I was looking for something cheap, good DIY'er application, and durable. Using topside paints at my Harbormaster job caused me come up with the great idea to try the paint application we use on the boats for my latest motorcycle bodywork project.I settled upon Totalboat Wet Edge after a recommendation from a coworker who was restoring an old 13' Boston Whaler. And the price for a quart was well within my budget.I read a lot of reviews here and also had my own trial and errors until I discovered what worked best for my use/needs.Prep: I found wet sanding at 320 grit was good for roughing up the bodywork primer and knocking down any flaws in the panels. I then cleaned the bodywork with alocohol or mineral spirits, let that evaporate, then go over all of it with a tack cloth, ready for painting.Painting: I found just rolling with a mini-foam roller was all that was necessary for me. Experimenting revealed that after 48 hours of curing, I could wet sand down to super fine grits of 1500 and 2000 and then attack the pieces with my orbital buffer and achieve a perfectly level and high gloss finish. I ultimately settled on thinning with 10% mineral spirits and applying a thick last coat with the roller. It cured nearly level and better than some automotive finished churned out these days.

Butters

Cape Cod, MA

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Wet Edge Topside Paint

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