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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints

Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints

Description

Aquagard Alumi-Koat waterbased anti-fouling paints are ideal for aluminum hulls; the paint creates an invisible barrier to stop slime build up and barnacle/marine growth.

Features

  • For use on aluminum and other non-ferrous materials
  • Scientifically formulate for superior adhesion to aluminum
  • U S EPA approved
List Price
$64.92
Your Price
$63.86
In Stock

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Details

Aquagard II Alumi-Koat waterbased anti-fouling paints are ideal for aluminum hulls; the paint creates an invisible barrier to stop slime build up and barnacle/marine growth. Features include:

  • Invisible barrier to stop slime build-up, barnacle & marine growth
  • For use on aluminum & other non-ferrous materials
  • Easy application, requires less prep work!
  • Soap & water clean-up
  • Scientifically formulate for superior adhesion to aluminum
  • Commercial grade
  • Ablative technology
  • Plastic containers increase shelf life
  • Tin free
  • U S EPA approved
Notable Specifications:
  • Box dimensions: 4" x 4" x 5"
  • Weight: 2.4 lbs
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70001 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 1 Quart, Black
$63.86
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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70002 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 1 Quart, Red
$61.19
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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70102 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 1 Gallon, Red
$193.34
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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70201 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 2 Gallon, Black
$370.56
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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70202 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 2 Gallon, Red
$370.56
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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70206 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 2 Gallon, Blue
$370.56
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Aquagard Alumi-Koat Waterbased Anti-Fouling Paints 70207 Alumi-Koat Anti-Fouling Waterbased Paint, 2 Gallon, White
$370.56
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