Cloverdale Multi Master Paint - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-19-2020, 03:25 PM   #1
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Cloverdale Multi Master Paint

Hi everyone,

I'm starting my search for the paint for my Boler, and today I came across 'Multi Master' at Cloverdale paint.

https://www.cloverdalepaint.com/for-...ultimaster-new

I had asked about their Marine paint, and the sales guy said that they have a Marine Maintenance Enamel, but he recommended the Multi Master, It's about the same price, but you don't need a primer coat with it. (He said you can use a primer coat, but it's not necessary. He said it would stick to ANYTHING)

It is $88/gallon, which is half the price of Interlux.

Just wondering if anyone has ever used it? It sounds like it might be a newer product.
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Old 05-19-2020, 04:46 PM   #2
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Hi everyone,

I'm starting my search for the paint for my Boler, and today I came across 'Multi Master' at Cloverdale paint.

https://www.cloverdalepaint.com/for-...ultimaster-new

I had asked about their Marine paint, and the sales guy said that they have a Marine Maintenance Enamel, but he recommended the Multi Master, It's about the same price, but you don't need a primer coat with it. (He said you can use a primer coat, but it's not necessary. He said it would stick to ANYTHING)

It is $88/gallon, which is half the price of Interlux.

Just wondering if anyone has ever used it? It sounds like it might be a newer product.
The beauty of interlux is the ability to apply with a roller and brush as well as spray , is this paint as easy to apply
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I asked if it could be applied using the roll and tip method, and he said yes. It can be applied with roller, brush, or sprayer.
The info sheet also says that it levels well, and cleans up with water.
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Old 05-20-2020, 10:12 AM   #4
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I used Trimclad ( rustoleum ) from Home Depot, with a small foam roller,worked well and was easy to apply,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,940 ml was more than enough to paint the bottom of my 72 ,13 foot
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