Anybody have personal experience with Fasco bottom paint?
Well, you will need to completely strip the bottom to the substrate, be it glass or aluminum, a well washed hull in direct sunlight, masked off, a full coat of 9X with the color pigment you want, then a coat of 9X 2000 superslick once the basecoat of 9X is almost cured and spongy, pull the tape, you will have to roll it on quickly, no breaks, by the end of day you will be able to flip it and put it on the trailer. As Gary said, you had best strap the hull down.Is the durability comparable?
No, short nap roller cover "for epoxy" on extension pole, mix 2 ounces of the pigment into part2 of each kit using a small paddle type mixer in a drill, I built this one years ago, in a 5 quart mixing bucket, combine part 1 and 2 of the 9X together, mix thoroughly with drill, pour it up center of hull, get to rolling it out, "don't stop for a break, gotta haul ass here" side to side, crossways, fore and aft, side to side, then once coated, last roll fore and aft full length toward rear, let the sun bake it, will look like glass, let it cure about an hour and a half, mix up half of the 2000 super slick "even amounts" new roller cover, same procedure, you will have leftover 1/2 kit to recoat later on. Pull the masking tape while hot.10-4. I appreciate the intell. I’m guess we can spray it with a dump gun like we have the frog spit