Fiberglass

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SURFACE PREPARATION Degrease the surface with our antisilicone solvent SOLVENTE 102 and then sand it with medium sandpaper (n. 120-140). HULL – Apply one coat of FIBERGLASS PRIMER and wait at least 4 hours (at 20° C) – Apply one coat...
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Steel or alluminium

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SURFACE PREPARATION Remove rust and scales from the surface through sandblasting. Remove dust using a dry cloth or an air jet (do not use any solvent otherwise adhesion of the following coat can be impaired). If necessary degrease the surface...
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Wood varnishing

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After carefully sanding the wooden surface with medium sandpaper and dusting it, apply wet on wet 2-3 coats of our BARRIER TRASPARENTE diluted by 40-50% with our thinner DILUENTE N. 5, until the wood does not absorb anymore product. Let it dry...
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Cast iron keels

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Remove rust and scales from the surface through sandblasting. Remove dust using a dry cloth or an air jet (do not use any solvent otherwise adhesion to the following coat can be impaired). If necessary degrease the surface with our antisilicone...
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Osmosis

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OSMOSIS TREATMENT Sandblast the hull with coarse sandpaper, until the gel-coat is completely removed, if it is covered with blisters. In case a few  are present among the inner layers as well, these must be opened with a chisel one by one....
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Propellers and stern-drives

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SURFACE PREPARATION Sand the surface with rather coarse and sharp sandpaper (n. 80 – 100) or sandblast it. Do not use worn out sand paper or metallic brushes, as they would polish the metallic surface rather than forming fine engravings,...
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Wood

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SURFACE PREPARATION The first step in the painting cycle of wooden boats is the priming of the wood with our epoxy protective coating BARRIER, which features great adhesion on wood and an excellent protective power. Sand the dry wooden surface...
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