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Interested in Sea Hawk Biocop TF need help! - unknown - 06-22-2012 02:24 PM
I AM INTERESTED IN SEA HAWK TF BOTTOM PAINT.I HAD ON FOR 3 SEASONS AND AFTER AFTER HAULING AND WASH I SAW PAINT COLORS I HAD FORGOTTEN 15 YRS AGO .BOAT IS 31.4' AT WATER LINE 12.8' W AND 6.8' KEEL. HOW MUCH PAINT REQD? DO U SELL IT IN QTS ALSO IF CALCULATION CALLS FOR LESS THAN GALLON. TO PREPARE BOTTOM ,DO U SELL PEAL AWAY?OR WHAT DO U RECOMMEND DO I NEED A PRIMER.IF SO WHICH ONE. PLEASE ADVISE ANY INFO I NEED TO KNOW TO DO THE JOB MYSELF. THANK U
RE: Interested in Sea Hawk Biocop TF need help! - BottomPaintStore - 06-22-2012 02:43 PM
The Biocop TF bottom paint is sold in gallons only and based on an average 32 foot boat the calculations are 1 gallon + 1 qt for 1 coat or 2 gallons + 2 quarts for 2 coats/3rd at the waterline. See our bottom paint calculator.
To remove the antifouling paint with a chemical we do not have Peal Away, but we so carry the Sea Hawk Marine Paint Stripper. It works very well as long as you follow the instructions.
However, if the paint condition is good now you can just scuff with 80/100 grip paper, wash debris off with water, dry thoroughly then apply paint. If the surface is going to be stripped down a few layers you may wish to apply the Barrier Coat Primer before the paint.
I’ve included all product links for your convenience and on each product page you’ll find the manufacturers' link for specific technical data regarding application.