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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paints

Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paints

Description

Aquagard waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint is ideal for fiberglass and wooden boats, as well as for use on inflatable boats without the use of primer. It is U S EPA approved and exceeds V.O.C. standards.

Features

  • Aquagard's waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint ablative action repels barnacles and other growth
  • Fast drying, rolls on easily
  • Non-toxic fumes
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$47.26
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Aquagard waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint is ideal for fiberglass and wooden boats, as well as for use on inflatable boats without the use of primer. It is U S EPA approved and exceeds V.O.C. standards. Additional features include controlled leach out, non-toxic fumes and soap/water clean-up.
Notable Specifications:
  • Box Dimensions: 4" x 4" x 5"
  • Weight: 2.8 lbs
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paints 10001 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, black, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10002 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, red, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10003 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, blue, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10004 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, green, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10005 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, teal, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10006 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, horizon blue, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10007 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, shark white, 1 quart bucket
$47.26
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10101 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, black, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10102 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, red, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10103 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, blue, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10104 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, green, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10105 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, teal, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10106 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, horizon blue, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10107 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, shark white, 1 gallon bucket
$142.71
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10201 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, black, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10202 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, red, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10203 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, blue, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10204 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, green, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10205 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, teal, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10206 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, horizon blue, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
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Aquagard Waterbased Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint 10207 Waterbased anti-fouling bottom paint, shark white, 2 gallon bucket
$230.95
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

Questions & Answers

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Can aquagard antifouling paint be applied over Interlux CSC Micron?
Regardless of the new anti-fouling paint used, any existing antifouling paint should be sanded before application (and removed entirely if it is a racing coating). You can contact Aquagard directly for more information: http://www.aquagardboatpaint.com/contact.php

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