Prop anti foul

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Duncan Patterson Subscriber 1 year

I have used Peller clean with some success in the past. As it is now £75 I thought I would devise my own. So far I have coated twin blade fixed prop with an etching primer followed by two coats of Hempel cruising anti foul. This was then sanded mirror flat (400 wet and dry). Then applied three coats of  Hempel power prop then sanded again. Finally three coats of plasti dip. Now feels like the rubbery finish of peller clean but all for £25 which will do at least four seasons! Will look forward to its effectiveness during season! 

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