nzjetboating Web Board.

nzjetboating.com Forums => Tech Library => Hulls => Topic started by: tyro on August 24, 2017, 22:03:01 PM

Title: Wetlander 2pot slippery hull paint?
Post by: tyro on August 24, 2017, 22:03:01 PM
Of course almost immediately after buying a can of slide and some etch primer I stumble onto this stuff, I wonder if it is any more abrasion resistant or slippery than slide. https://bottomcoatings.com/ has anyone tried it? On the website there is an australasian distributor. 
Title: Re: Wetlander 2pot slippery hull paint?
Post by: boon on August 25, 2017, 10:32:22 AM
Looks good. Who's the A/NZ distributor ?
Probably overpriced...

I use the John Deere spray on stuff now. It's cheaper, but doesn't stay on all that well.
Title: Re: Wetlander 2pot slippery hull paint?
Post by: tyro on August 25, 2017, 12:11:02 PM
At the bottom of the website it says Contact Paul Mullan at [email protected] The website www.blackmagic.com.au is for a TV production company but looks like they do some jet sprint production stuff so hopefully legit
Title: Re: Wetlander 2pot slippery hull paint?
Post by: Ross Goldsack - JBNZ Immediate Past President on August 25, 2017, 17:55:26 PM
Quote
At the bottom of the website it says Contact Paul Mullan at [email protected] The website www.blackmagic.com.au is for a TV production company but looks like they do some jet sprint production stuff so hopefully legit
O)))) O)))) Paul is the president  of Jet Boating NZ so I hope he's legit too  O)))) O))))
I believe that Paul has tested this product on various boats including an airboat that sees plenty of use in the Ashburton. From all accounts it's extremely slippery and lasts better than the other products.