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Re: Paint Mixology
Posted by Steve Miller on Nov 2, 2005
The other option is to use the Benjamin Moore M22 Urethane. It is an industrial paint designed for things like storage tanks and railings and stuff outside. Like Brightsides it is a poly modified alkyd paint. One part. I used it on my recent skiff and an very happy. So far the boat has sat in the water for up to 4 days straight and seems as tough as Brightsides for scuffs etc. It comes in tint base and can be any color in BM's chart. It is as close to Brightsides for gloss of any paint I have used. The manager of the local BM dealer uses it on his drift boat.
And mixing two paint colors is a perfectly fine way to get a custom color if you want to go that route too.
In Response to: Re: Paint Mixology by Kurt Maurer on Nov 2, 2005