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    Posted: 08 Apr 2015 at 7:17am
I have a Flying Scot 17 ft. centerboard sailboat that has never had bottom paint. Boat will be used up to 10 times a season and occasionally trailered to different locations and stored on trailer for winter (indoors).Has been trailered only. Now going into a marina (back of marina) on Lake Erie for the season. Need a recommendation for anti-fouling paint and slime control. Hope for recs on paint, application (roller preferred) and a white color. guessing 2 quarts max needed. Will need a multi-season capability (2-3) and durable for on and off trailer.

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If you need multi-season capability with enough hardness to trailer, use the Micron CSC. 2-3 coats, should take you about 3 quarts to do it - 2 quarts might leave you a little shy on paint.
Please see our website for application instructions particular to CSC (www.yachtpaint.com)
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I appreciate your quick response.
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