Why is it better? Not sure what the goal is for the coating on this post.I’ve done gluvit,coat it, and just got done applying Wetlander…. Go with the Wetlander!!! -hands down better then the past applications
Here is a podcast that covers the different coatings and Wetlander owner is on the show.Why is it better? Not sure what the goal is for the coating on this post.
I have an aluminum pram and am looking to coat the bottom possibly.
I'm looking for something to help with wear dragging the pram in and out of the truck bed and most likely help it from being dragged over lake or pond access.
Have been doing a little research and seems like the fan boat guys like other tried products.
Any reason you like what you have used vs other products. Maybe just adhesion....
Here's what you do NOT want to use. Spray on bedliner. My 40 something year old (riveted) Hewescraft spent a lot of years in the salt. When I got this boat I knew there were issues so I got this brilliant idea to have the hull sprayed with indestructible bedliner "stuff". It added pounds (heavy), and now some 15 years later, it is losing its bond with the hull. Seemed like a good idea at the time, it stopped the leaks. Now? Do I flip the boat upside down and spend a day or two trying to get all this "stuff" off? Or just use as is?
A friend gave me a tin of Nylac, which he had used for years on his aluminum commercial fishing boats. I coated my 10' jon, inside and out, over a year ago, and it still looks like new, with no dulling of the aluminum. It goes on clear...a little bit goes a long way.