Fishing & Miscellaneous Items - SOLD 3.5 gallons of Peel Away Marine paint remover.

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HullSlap
08-29-2006, 07:33 PM
I have about 3 - 3.5 gallons of Peel Away Marine bottom paint remover leftover from a 5 gallon bucket. I purchased the bucket at Boater's World ( maybe WM can't remember) a few years ago when I removed the bottom paint from my 16' Hydra-Sports. The stuff runs around $280 - $320 for 5 gallons so I hate to haul it to the hazardous waste collection facility.

I won't ship it so you need to pick it up in the Sarasota/Bradenton, FL area.

Make me an offer.

Will consider beer in trade. ;)


stingerhook
08-29-2006, 07:54 PM
how did that stuff work on the flat parts of the hull?

I have been using interstrip 599e I think? and it work okay except on the flatter portions of the hull where it just drips off before softening the paint

HullSlap
08-29-2006, 08:11 PM
It worked just fine on all surfaces. It's VERY thick and clings to any surface you paint it on. You cover the remover with plastic sheet (trash bag) and let it sit for several hours. I used up all the plastic paper that came with the bucket then switched to heavy plastic trash bags. It's easy to use and works as advertised but removal can be quite messy like all paint removers.




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