hempel antifoul dove white

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  1. AMW marine
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    AMW marine boatbuilder

    note when u apply dove white hempel anti foul it does not turn white till the hull touches the sea or been running or sitting on the water when applied it's light gray
     
  2. michael pierzga
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    michael pierzga Senior Member

    Whites can be difficult. Some whites turn Greenish when they age . Ive not used Hempel. International TriLux white stays white .

    Oh and nice looking boat. should be speedy
     
  3. AMW marine
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    international Trilux is better that i use that alot too at least with that its white in the tin and white when applied haha but hempel is alot cheaper.
     
  4. michael pierzga
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    michael pierzga Senior Member

    Yah...The local charter boat fleet only uses Hempels. 100s of liters. Best bang for the Euro. Good paint
     

  5. AMW marine
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    i suppose when you're buying 100s of litters of its defiantly worth getting
     
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