Receive a manufacturer’s mail-in rebate of up to $20.00 per gallon with the purchase of up to two (2) gallons of Pettit antifouling paints or up to two (2) quarts of SR-21.
|Two (2) gallons of eligible Pettit antifouling paint or up to two (2) quarts of SR-21||$5.00/per Quart|
|Unepoxy, Ultima SSA, Copperguard, and Unepoxy Plus||$5.00/Per Gallon|
|Hydrocoat, Vivid, Ultima SR-40, The Protector, Hydrocoat SR, Ultima Eco, and Horizons||$10.00/Per Galloon|
|Trinidad, Trinidad SR, Ultima SR-60, Trinidad 75, and Trinidad Pro||$20.00/Per Gallon|
A good choice for racing boats used in freshwater or cold saltwater, SR-21
produces an ultra-thin, super slick, low-friction film. Dual biocides combine
the power of copper and Irgarol to control hard and soft fouling. Added slicking
agents PTFE and Molybdenum Disulfide reduce surface friction and enable hulls to
slip easily through the water. Applies easily with a short nap roller or airless
spray and dries in 15 minutes. Color changes upon immersion.
Type: Thin-film Solid Lubricant Recommended Usage: Freshwater and cold (low-fouling) saltwater Biocide: 21% Cuprous oxide Additives: Irgarol (anti-slime additive) Number of Coats Recommended: 3 Coverage: 80 sq.ft./qt. kit Drying Time: To overcoat: 5-20min.; To launch: 30-120min. Thinner: Pettit 120 Brushing Thinner, Model 249961
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- Easy to Use
- Great dry unlike VC-17
- Protects Well
- Visually Pleasing
Comments about SR 21 Antifouling Paint, Quart Kit:
I've used VC-17 for years and was happy with it. I tried this last year, and it works excellent. It doesn't dry too fast like VC, it goes on great, you get better protection (21% copper vs 17% in the VC)and there is a little more product in the can for the money! You can't beat this product, I will never use VC again