Check for compatibility with old antifouling. If you know the current antifouling, you can quickly determine whether your Interlux paint choice is compatible by referring to the Boat Painting Guide (or on the Interlux color card).
Apply Primocon YPA984 primer and paint. If you don't know the current antifouling, we've a simple solution. Apply Primocon primer, our universal "tie coat" primer. It will overcoat any antifouling and establish a great foundation for your new Interlux antifouling choice. After the Primocon dries, simply apply your new antifouling.
Remove old antifouling. If you would prefer to remove the old antifouling, Interlux Interstrip 299E is a great solution. Gelcoat safe, Interstrip will remove several coats of paint in one application. After stripping, you are ready to prime and paint your newly cleaned hull!
We'll help you calculate how much paint is needed.
Full bodied craft
Fin keeled racing craft
Medium draft racing craft
1 x LWL x (B+D) = Underwater Area (m2)
0.5 x LWL x (B+D) = Underwater Area (m2)
0.75 x LWL x (B+D) = Underwater Area (m2)
LOA = Length Overall
LWL = Length Waterline
B = Beam
D = Draft
F = Freeboard
Recommended no. of coats: ?
If you put less than the minimum recommended numbers of coats, it may affect the performance of the coating.
To paint a ? x ? x ? ??, with ? coats
You'll need ? litres of
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