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PETTIT PAINTSMarine Enamel - Camouflage "DeadGrass"

PETTIT PAINTS

Marine Enamel - Camouflage "DeadGrass"

Model # 297061Mfg # 1330308

$44.99

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Product Description

World renowned and the topside of choice formillions of boaters, Z*Spar Enamel is a modified long oil alkyd of exceptionalall-around durability. Z*Spar Enamel is a superb finish for all topside surfacesof wood, metal or fiberglass. In general, these paints do not contain UVabsorbers. They have high gloss and color retention, but not as high aspolyurethanes.

  • Traditional oil-based paints
  • Easiest for the amateur to apply using a brush
  • More compatible with underlying surfaces than polyurethanes
  • Most economical, and least fussy in terms of how they are applied

Specs

Marine Enamel - Camouflage "DeadGrass"

Can be left out of water? Can be left out of water
Color Dead Grass
Quantity Quart
Coverage 137 sq.ft.
Type of Paint One-Part Polyurethane

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4.0

I like Petit paints, here is chart

By Gopher Baroque

from Washington

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Good flow-out

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoor
    • Outdoor

    Comments about Marine Enamel Camouflage "DeadGrass":

    I like Petit paints, although I've only used their Topside / glossy paint for gloss finish. As a driveway spray painter, I like the old-school chemistry for easy handling and less-lethal chemicals. I couldn't find a "Shipendec" color chart on the WM site, so try here:

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