Clearance MarineFilm Instant Scratch Repair for Gelcoat & Paint
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INTERLUXMarineFilm Instant Scratch Repair for Gelcoat & Paint

Prices from $4.66 - To $6.77
Clearance Pricing on select items - save up to 76%

$4.66

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Original $19.99 Price Details

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Model # 15086648 | Mfg # YSF014/1EAALUPC # 81948000802

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Product Overview

Make attractive, temporary repairs to paint and gelcoat with easy-to-apply MarineFilm Instant Scratch Repair for Gelcoat and Paint. 

Even the smallest of scratches in a boat’s finish can be annoying! Now, with MarineFilm, you have an easy do-it-yourself solution to minor above-the-waterline scratches in gelcoat and paint. Available in twelve colors, MarineFilm consists of an ultra-thin adhesive film coated with high-quality paint. The coated film is offered in 5 7/8" x 4 1/8" sheets, which can be cut to any size needed. MarineFilm creates a strong, nearly invisible season-long repair that you can easily remove when the time comes for a permanent fix.

Key Features

  • Easy to apply to gelcoats 
  • Scratches can be hidden instantly 
  • Great adhesion and durability over a variety of surfaces
  • Provides a season long temporary repair
  • Easy to match popular marine gelcoats and paints

Application

  • Layered system: Clearcoat, basecoat, film, adhesive and backing
  • Application temperature: Min.59°F / Max. 95°F 

More Information

MarineFilm is a temporary cosmetic covering and is not intended as a permanent repair.

For detailed application instructions see the Interlux Marinefilm data sheet.

NOTE:Manufacturer data sheets are subject to revision. Linked data sheets are believed to be accurate at the time of publication

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