Pettit Marine Paint’s new Prop Coat Barnacle Barrier uses a high-zinc formula to shield bare metals, including aluminum, steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, bronze, galvanized steel and lead. Offering protection above and below the waterline, the special formula bonds to underwater metal and running gear, inhibiting corrosion and preserving surface integrity
Prop Coat comes in an easy-to-apply aerosol spray, and is applied with 2 to 3 spray coats. A 16-ounce can will cover 10 square feet of surface. Available in flat gray.
For contact information go to the Pettit Paint website.
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