Bottom Paint Basics - - What bottom paint to use

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Most antifouling paints use the dissipation of metal as a toxic biocide (on the hull's surface and adjacent to the hull in the water) to prevent. You should not use a hard paint if you boat comes out of the water such as on a trailer, or a lift. After 72 hours, the hard bottom paint will oxidize.

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By Mikajas - 08:29
Highspeed powerboats will want to use a hard or possibly hybrid bottom paint — ablative paints simply won't last as long at speed. Trailerable boats are best off.
By Faenris - 15:22
Anti-fouling paint - a category of commercially available underwater hull paints is a specialized One famous example of the traditional use of metal sheathing is the clipper Cutty Sark, which is "Soft", or ablative bottom paints slowly slough off in the water, releasing a copper or zinc based biocide into the water column.
By Samujin - 03:12
So what to use? Today paint choices are abound, but the main choice is between​; Hard antifouling and Ablative antifouling. Biocides/toxins.
By Taujar - 07:24
Knowing the different types of bottom paint and how they work makes choosing How you use your boat and where you keep and run it will.
By Tygorn - 06:56
The advantage to using controlled solubility copolymer paint is that the boat can be hauled and relaunched without repainting because the biocides only activate​.

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