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    Petit Prop Guard

    Approximately 1 year ago, I hauled my boat out of the water, did a bottom paint, zincs and coated my props, rudders and shafts with Petit Prop Guard. I have to say, I am now a huge fan. Hauled the boat tonight to redo the zincs. Props, shafts and rudders had a bit of slime on them, but otherwise were absolutely clean.

    Good product. I don't need to do a bottom paint this season - will apply another coat next year.

    Here is a photo below -- what it looked like when I hauled the boat. Quick pressure wash and the Prop Guard coat is still there.


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    Terry
    1999 Bayliner 3388
    Twin Cummins 4BTA
    Fisherman, Cruiser, Boaticus-enthusiasticus-maximus
    Member Royal Victoria Yacht Club

    #2
    I've had similar experience. I'll burnish the props this year (after two years) and reapply.
    Tally and Vicki
    "Wickus" Meridian 341
    MMSI 338014939

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      #3
      That's impressive TenMile. Next haul out I'm going to give it a try.

      Thanks
      Wjm

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        #4
        Unfortunately my experience with this product has been the opposite. I will not use it again.
        1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
        2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
        Anacortes, WA
        Isla Verde, PR

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          #5
          Just reporting back on this topic again. I hauled the boat yesterday to do the zincs and paint the bottom. Props, shafts and rudders were basically spotless. That's 2 full years from a single can of the Petit product. I had also used the Pettit ablative bottom paint 2 seasons ago and honestly, I could have skipped this year and waited until next year to do the boat bottom as it was perfectly clean. Given that I purchased the paint and had a friend helping, I did 2 coats of bottom paint and will likely go 3 seasons next time.

          Anyhow, big thumbs up to the Pettit products - Barnacle Barrier for the props and their Ablative for the bottom.
          Terry
          1999 Bayliner 3388
          Twin Cummins 4BTA
          Fisherman, Cruiser, Boaticus-enthusiasticus-maximus
          Member Royal Victoria Yacht Club

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            #6
            It’s my understanding that Rustoleum zinc rich paint is similar to the Petit. I sprayed a coat on my props this spring. There was a little wearing off of the paint over 1300-1400 miles but no growth or slime.
            2000 4788 w Cummins 370's, underhulls, swim step hull extension
            12' Rendova center console with 40HP Yamaha
            MV Kia Orana
            Currently Enjoying the PNW

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