Klass Kote Quality Coatings for Marine
Whatever the types of surfaces on your boat or the material of its construction - from wood to metal to fiberglass - it needs the protection offered by Klass Kote Quality Coatings. The use of Klass Kote paint for boats will save it from natural wear and tear caused by water, ocean debris, UV rays of the sun and other exposures – both land and water.
Klass Kote Epoxy boat paint offers long lasting, waterproof, heat resistant, protective layer of finish to the surface of your boat or marine craft. Our epoxy boat paint is resistant to acid and saltwater, and our epoxy primer paint for boats is extremely durable and offers protection from rust creepage while our Urethane Clear coat also offers UV protection. When you paint marine crafts with Klass Kote Epoxy Paints, Klass Kote Epoxy Primer Paint and Klass Kote Urethanes all of these characteristics will save your craft from the harmful effects of natural ocean decay and the hazards of transportation by road, which might cause cracks and tears.
Because of reduced maintenance and repair, application of high quality Klass Kote Quality boat paint will save you money and time in the long run. It is a sense of security to know your sailboat or recreational watercraft will be in good shape, look good, and be protected from the elements - ready to go whenever you are in a mood to use it.
Using Klass Kote Epoxy Primer to Paint Marine Crafts:
Klass Kote Epoxy Primer Paint has three roles; it serves as a binder for the topcoats, it fills very small holes and surface imperfections and it gives a consistent solid color base for your topcoats.
After applying the first primer coat, surface irregularities will become apparent on the dried primer surface. You can now apply surfacing putty, filler, etc., to fill scores and dings – getting the primed surface ready for sanding.
Apply crack filler as carefully as possible; it dries harder than the epoxy primer. If large bumps or blobs of epoxy paint remain - smooth them by sanding. Be aware, it is easy to sand through the primer when sanding down the filler. Use a fine grit sandpaper to sand the primed surface to a smooth, even consistency. When you inadvertently sand through the last coat of primer, reapply it to get back to the all-important opaque base for the topcoats. Choose White Primer #55 under light colors, and Gray Primer #50 for darker colors.
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