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This high performing, self-polishing antifouling provides outstanding protection all season.The antifoul is recommended on glass fibre, wood, plywood and steel boats. Do not use on aluminium or other light-alloy metals as direct contact may cause corrosion.
How can Hempel Cruising Performer be applied?
It can be applied with a brush, paint roller and paint pad. You can also use spray but it is recommended that this is only done by professionals. Two coats are recommended.
Apply an additional coat around the waterline and high wear areas.
How long should I wait between coats?
If applied at 10C, eight hours. If applied at 20C, four hours.
How long does Cruising Performer take to become touch dry?
Eight hours at 10C, four hours at 20C. Drying times double at a drop of 10C and halve at a rise of 10C.
What is Hempel Cruising Performer's coverage?
Approximately 12.8 square metres per litre.
At what temperature can Cruising Performer be applied?
It is recommended that the antifoul is applied with the temperature at least 5C. Do not apply in direct sunlight.
What is the length between application and launch?
24 hours minimum if applied at 20C, with a maximum of six months.
What primer should I use?
It is recommended that one coat of Hempel Underwater Primer is applied first.
What is the finish?
Not to be used on aluminium surfaces. Final colour develops after 1 week immersion in water.