TotalBoat TotalBilge Protective Epoxy Bilge Paint
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TotalBoat TotalBilge Epoxy Bilge Paint

TotalBilge is a long-lasting, epoxy-based bilge paint specifically formulated to protect your bilge, bulkhead, and locker areas. The constant exposure to harmful marine elements like heat, humidity, mildew, grease and grime requires a superior bilge barrier solution to resist moisture and repel most oils, acids, alkyds and solvents right on the spot.

When compared to the top brand name bilge paints, TotalBilge stands up to the test. The single-component paint is easy to apply, dries quickly, and provides excellent coverage with a much harder surface finish. In addition, TotalBilge is easy to clean and does not lift, mildew, or stain over time.

Available in Gray & White colors, in Quart and Gallon sizes.

Bonus: Each order includes 2 stir sticks, 2 QT size paint pots, and 1 pair of latex gloves - a $10 value.

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TotalBoat TotalBilge Features:

  • Hard, durable film that will not lift.
  • Superior moisture resistance.
  • Increased alkali resistance over alkyds.


Thinning (Brush/Roll)  Shouldn't need thinning on fiberglass or primed surfaces. Use TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100: 5-10% to increase flow in warm conditions; 1st coat on bare wood substrates should be thinned 10%. 
Thinning (Spray)  Xylene 
Primer  TotalBoat TotalProtect - only mandatory on metals, but may be used on properly prepared wood and fiberglass, if desired. 
Cleanup  TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100, xylene, or TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep 
Coverage  250-300 sq. ft. per gallon 
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including titanium dioxide, ethylbenzene, silica crystalline, and cumene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to

BRAND: TotalBoat
Number Of Parts: One Part
Type: Bilge Paint
4.6 38

Slick, hard "old school" bilge look


Vacuumed the areaUsed a chip brushPainted food holding cubbiesHard clean scrubable surfaceGreat product


Mobile Al


I am a repeat buyer!


Great paint, verytough and stands up to high traffic areas in our fleet.Also works well on exterior metal doors exposed to salty air.

Bill's Boats

Seaside Heights NJ




Worked great




Definitely the right paint to use


Rebuilding a 1982 Baja jet boat. Took out Ford 460 motor, replaced, glassed and epoxied0all stringers. This was exactly what I needed to paint the engine area in the back of the boat. It went on nice and thick, and didn't run at all. Really only needed one coat.

Jet Boat Lover

Lisbon, WI


This stuff is great!


So far I have used it on the floor and bilge in my engine compartment on my Vanguard. it is tough as nails, brightens up the area and generally looks great. Easy to use and goes on nicely, you will need a minimum of two coats but that is true of almost any paint.I will be ordering more soon.


Lancaster, VA


Terrible product


I purchased this for a small bilge area of my jet boat. Cleaned everything well and applied a first coat. I let it dry 2 days and applied another coat, then let it dry for a week. When I had to work in the boat again I found the paint still tacky and it would sag where I stepped on it. Now instead of a smooth bilge the bottom is all wrinkley. I wrote the company but no response. I will add a third coat after all new engine work is done and hope that works. 2 weeks later and some areas are still not dry.




I would definitely purchase again!


Looks great and very durable.


Tampa fl


Goes a long way


Easy to use. Would recomend




Great stuff!!


Excellent adhesion and stays clean glossy and bright even when exposed to oil and dirt. Just wipe clean and you are good to go. Easy application but make sure your work area is well ventilated.




Exactly what I wanted


On a new build I had coated the bilge with epoxy high build primer, sanded it smooth and applied the TotalBilge. It went on easily, leveled out smoothly, and left an attractive ( and presumably very hard) coating.


Newport RI


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