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05/17/2010

Boat Bottom Painting

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  Boat Bottom Painting business.

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  Boat hulls must be maintained and painted below the water line on a regular basis in order to maintain performance. Generally, a boat bottom will be painted with antifouling paint every three to four years, and sometimes every year if the water conditions are poor. The process of bottom painting is very straightforward. Remove barnacles and debris by scraping the hull or pressure washing and apply the antifouling paint. A brushed on or roller paint job is generally considered superior to a spray paint job. Negotiating an exclusive distributors contract with an antifouling paint manufacturer is a terrific way to reduce paint wholesale costs and increase the professionalism of the business.
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