Interprotect 2000E Epoxy Boat Fiberglass Barrier Gray, Quart - Interlux

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Interprotect 2000E Epoxy Boat Fiberglass Barrier Gray, Quart - Interlux
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Interprotect® 2000E with Microplates® is a unique two-part epoxy coating developed to protect fiberglass hulls from water absorption, which can lead to osmotic blistering. Microplates® create an overlapping barrier to help stop water migration through the coating. The Interprotect® system is the system of choice for repairing gelcoat that has already been damaged by osmotic blistering.

Interprotect® 2000E can be used above and below the waterline as a universal primer for all surfaces and has proven itself to be an excellent primer for all metals. It also can be used as part of a no sand system.

Available in two colors, Gray and White, so you can alternate colors to ensure full coverage. Lower emissions formulation available: Interprotect 2000VOC.

  • Two-part epoxy water barrier with Micro-Plates
  • Up to two weeks is allowed between coats of InterProtect 2000E
  • Now available in two colors, Gray and White
  • Fast drying, easy application
  • Sag resistance to insure the elimination of sags and runs during application

Technical Specifications
Area: Below the Waterline
Finish/Sheen: Matte
Substrates: Aluminium
Suitable for Aluminum: Yes
Number of Coats: 1-5
Application Method: Airless Spray
Conventional Spray
Application Method Recommended
No. of Coats
Practical Coverage
(sq. ft/Gal)
Airless Spray 1-5 107 Y2316N YTA910
Brush 1-5 216 Y2333N
Conventional Spray 1-5 107 Y2316N YTA910
Roller 1-5 216 Y2333N

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by Nick from Woodbridge, Virginia on July 09, 2012
Here's the deal though. Don't put it on with a roller. It does not smooth out and has to be sanded for a smooth finish. Second, getting used to the pot time is a challenge due to heat, humidity, etc. When it starts to glob up, you are going to have to sand the finish. Don't use a foam brush either. The foam degrades and as this product stiffens, the foam doesn't stand up to the thicker consistency. I recommend that you put it on thicker than thinner although if you could thin it properly and use an airless sprayer you might get a good result. I have not tried this approach so be forewarned.
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