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Old 09-22-2019, 04:30 PM   #1
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Hi all, I've just spent the better part of the summer preparing our 76 trillium for paint...polishing the gel coat was not an option as the p/o had already done an inferior paint job. When reading previous posts I concluded that Interlux brightside is the way to go, however, their color choices leave a lot to be desired ! Has anyone used another brand that is equivalent to Interlux quality but has a larger choice of colors? Barring that, if anyone has painted their "eggs" with Interlux could they post a picture so we can see what a finished product looks like? There are lots of pictures online but most of them do not say what the actual color name is. I'm planning on the roll and tip method and if anyone has any advice from their experience of said method please feel free to pass it on ! Thanks team...Bob
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Old 09-22-2019, 05:15 PM   #2
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Hi all, I've just spent the better part of the summer preparing our 76 trillium for paint...polishing the gel coat was not an option as the p/o had already done an inferior paint job. When reading previous posts I concluded that Interlux brightside is the way to go, however, their color choices leave a lot to be desired ! Has anyone used another brand that is equivalent to Interlux quality but has a larger choice of colors? Barring that, if anyone has painted their "eggs" with Interlux could they post a picture so we can see what a finished product looks like? There are lots of pictures online but most of them do not say what the actual color name is. I'm planning on the roll and tip method and if anyone has any advice from their experience of said method please feel free to pass it on ! Thanks team...Bob
I am using total boat topside paint. So far so good. Leaves a nice finish. I am spraying by the way but can be rolled and tipped
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