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Tuff Coat™ Epoxy Primer kit is an excellent water-based, two-component epoxy primer that's designed for use on concrete, wood, fiberglass and painted areas. This primer works well on extremely moist surfaces, making it ideal for docks, boats and seawalls. However, the primer may take slightly longer to cure when used on extremely moist areas, and it should not be applied if temperature is at or below 40° Fahrenheit. One quart will cover approximately 62 square feet. You will need one quart of primer per one gallon of coating. Can be applied with rollers, brushes or sprayers. One quart each of part A & B=one application. Coverage - 1 qt. kit = up to 62 sq. ft.
Recommended for fiberglass, wood, concrete and previously painted surfaces
Works well on extremely moist surfaces
Ideal for docks, boats and seawalls
Dries to a clear finish
Mix with a drill type paint mixer (recommended)
NOTE: Tuff Coat Epoxy Primer Kit is designed to be used in conjuction with Ultra Tuff Tuff Coat Coatings and Roller Applicators.
Tuff Coat Rubberized Non-Skid Coating sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1218146.
Tuff Coat MP-10 Metal Primer sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1315397.
Tuff Coat Textured Roller Applicator sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1218203.
Best product for the undercoat
I am very satisfied with the primer and epoxy products.It was very easy to apply and with it being a water based product,it was a breeze to clean my rollers and brushes.
August 28, 2012
Good product with the right instructions
I received this product , it comes in a 2part mix , resin and hardener, the directions on the product were somewhat confusing to follow about mixing so I followed the mixing ratio instructions, which turned out to be the wrong way to mix this product , I applied it as instructed but because the ratio was wrong it did not cure right, I contacted the tuff coat co. Directly who in turn told me that the ratio was wrong and I had to remove the product completely off my boat, which took a great deal more scraping and sanding. The Tuffcoat co. Sent me a new batch of primer with the correct instructions on the cans, and the end product worked out great. If you use this just mix it one to one, that is the correct way to mix it.
April 2, 2012
Used the epoxy primer before applying the Ultra Tuff Coating on fiberglass coated wood. Easy to mix, spreades well but when mixed goes on as an off white color and dries clear. Did not know that at first and thought I was not covering well but discovered different later. Remember, dries clear!!
April 11, 2011
Primer is absolutely necessary to get a good bond between the deck and the non-skid. Areas where I tried a test without primer did not adhere as well. Sanded , applied primer to entire deck of my ProLine and then applied non skid, it has been on there 7 days and is impossible to scrape off. Only negitive is that it isn't clear, just a little off color, a good tape job will cure that. Just get the right color paint, sand is actually a nice light tan color, so check before you buy.
June 1, 2010
I have coated the plywood with CP10. Is there a timeline as to when you have to coat with ultra tuff. I will have about a week from the time the cp10 was put down to when I get time to apply tuff coat. The wood is in a heated garage.......
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