|by Ronn Campbell||Date Added: Saturday 22 August, 2015|
Easy to apply. Boat looks great
|by Aaron||Date Added: Monday 27 July, 2015|
|by Robert Parker||Date Added: Monday 20 July, 2015|
I wouldn't use any other paint. Interlux never disappoints. It goes on smoothly.
|by localboy||Date Added: Wednesday 20 May, 2015|
What can I say been using it for many years!
|by Richard Heriot||Date Added: Wednesday 28 January, 2015|
This was an amazing paint. I used it over Interlux Pre-kote with no problems. The paint was wet sanded between coats. With three coats rolling and tipping, the boat looked like a spray painted finish. Would highly recommend this one part Polyruethane.
|by West Wings||Date Added: Sunday 11 January, 2015|
A high quality finish without mixing. I used this on a solid core door to which I fastened legs and made a sewing table for the spouse. I applied Pre-Kote primer first, sanded, then put on two coats of Brightside. It was easy to apply and makes a hard surface that even sewing pins don't penetrate.The best technique for applying this is the rolling and tipping method. If you aren't familiar with this, check out youtube videos under roll and tip boat painting. This method gives a surface that appears to be sprayed on at a factory. You can even paint a car with this method.