Are one part polyurethane topside paints gas resistant
I talked to Pettit about their Easypoxy and Interlux about their Brightside one part polyurethanes and did not get reassuring feed back. Does anyone know first hand how this stuff holds up to gas and oil spills?
This seems to be a common question. I just, coincidentally, answered a very similar question on a nearby thread not five minutes ago.
Repeat threads get to be a nightmare once they get going. You forget which one you commented on last, people repeat information---- everyone gets a bit confused.
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