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Product DescriptionColor-matched for all popular makes and models of outboard motors and stern drives. To assure a perfect color match, these paints are produced to the same specifications as the marine motor manufacturer's paint. This item must ship ground only
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Q:bottom 4 inches of paint outboard lower unit has been stripped to down to metal (almost out of water at dock!), so do I need a primer on this part of the lower unit before using the black? Can you use a rustoleum metal primer on zinc alloy? Or do you recommend no primer, just the black?Asked on 6/18/2012 by Chris from Atlanta, GA
A:As with any bare metal,you should always use primer before applying finish coat. I suggest that you first use a good "etching" primer to prep the alloy surface,allow sufficient cure time,scuff lightly with a fine scuff pad and if you have no bare metal showing,clean surface well and apply topcoat.Answered on 8/18/2013 by Popeye from Temecula, Ca
Q:Is this a paint in which I can paint the entire exterior of my boat, or just touch up my trailer & motor, maybe do some stenciling??? Also, what time of primer would you recommend prior to my using this product?Asked on 8/17/2009 by Maggie from Escanaba, MI
A:This is strictly motor paint, so it is not intended to be used on anything else but an outboard or inboard/outboard motor. No primer is needed because usually you would just be matching and painting over the same color of your motor. This is Mercury black so it matches Mercury motors (O/B AND I/O).Answered on 9/15/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:Is this a gloss finish or satin finish? Will it dry smooth or lumpy?Asked on 6/23/2009 by Travis from Kansas, thats right Kansas
A:The finish will be between a traditional gloss and satin finish. Smoothness of coat is determined by how smooth the surface is. If the surface has been sanded and primed thoroughly, the surface should dry smooth with an even paint coat.Answered on 7/6/2009 by Matt from Overtons
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