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13 years 11 months ago #481 by Roy Belcher
Ahoy experienced painters,

Our decks and coachroof are looking pretty shabby after 18 months in the sun. I'm considering using a two-part polyurethane. West Marine sells Interlux "Perfection" which is a good deal less expensive than Sterling. Does anyone experience with this product or have any advise on the subject? I will be rolling it on, not spraying. It's so much work to remove deck hardware, that the cost of the paint is a minor factor.

Roy B.

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13 years 11 months ago - 13 years 11 months ago #483 by Deborah Streeter
The first time that we painted the decks we used Interlux Brightside, a one part product that allows repairs. It lasted about 10 years in the Florida sun. We recently repainted the deck and used Signature Finish Paint . Having used the Honey Teak product for a number of years we thought we would give Tom's paint a try and have been very happy with it. It is a 3 part paint that can be brushed, rolled or sprayed. Support is incredible, as Tom (the company owner) is accessible by phone 7 days a week, and yes, you actually get to talk to Tom!

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