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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    I cannot find that Rustoleum actually endorses their marine paint to be used under the waterline. I do like the price and the ease though...
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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    My lake bed near me isn't just rock - it is layers of large rocks and boulders. I would need to set something on it. My dock sits on those square aluminum plates holding the vertical poles. It is ony stable because it is so large.... Thanks for the thought!
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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    Nice idea !!
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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    Thanks for the response - this is the way I am leaning.... I definitely want to protect that fiberglass from blistering. My shoreline is steep and rocky and lake levels vary by as much as 5 feet depending on the year. I am stuck with a mooring or putting it on my wooden dock (the latter...
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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    Actually - I think I used the one that is supposed to turn blue once it's wet and it did not. Ended up kind of in between brown. Anyway - thanks for responding.
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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    Thanks for the tip - I will look into this.
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    Hull Painting Below waterline

    I am a rookie at Sunfish repairs and could use some advice. I have an old Sunfish that had large gashes in the sides, was waterlogged and had much of the gelcoat scraped away. It had been used on a rocky shoreline on Lake Champlain in Vermont. I made a port on the topside (not shown in the...
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