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Old 08-22-2019, 05:39 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by ApS View Post
It's called an "ablative" paint.

Some hull paints are so toxic, they are banned from salt water marinas. One paint type is banned everywhere—worldwide!

If it's flaking off with the described gentle cleaning, something's not right.
Just wondering what the "advantage" would be to someone that insisted on buying a paint that is banned world wide? Also wondering how a company can continue to make, and sell a paint that is banned world wide? I have no knowledge about bottom paints. These were just the first two questions that I thought of after reading your post. Just wondering...
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