International Yacht Primer - 750ml
Yacht Primer is a general purpose primer for use on wood, steel and alloy above the water line for yachts and all over for boats that don't stay in the water. (i.e. suitable for dinghies)
Quick drying, with anti-corrosive properties.
Pigments contain Aluminium flake to provide an anti-corrosive protective barrier.
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I just wondered how many tins would be required to give the complete hull of a mirror 2 coats? And would the International Yacht Paint of the same size do the same coverage?
In my experience using a 3inch roller to put in on with you should get 2 coats on a Mirror hull with a little left over. If you want to use the paint up you can add a little top coat to the precoat and put a semi gloss coat on before the gloss, either in hard wearing areas or areas that will be seen. Better on the boat than in the bin!
I hope that helps
Will this work over epoxy resin?
Yes but it's not needed, you'd be better off using International Pre-Kote which is an undercoat/primer
Do make sure you flatten (wet n dry but do it wet) the epoxy so the paint will key to it