International's Propeller Primer is a quick drying, one part primer that is specially formulated for use on outdrives, outboard legs, propellers and stern gear. Suitable for use below the waterline, the water based, low odour primer can easily be applied with a brush and has excellent adhesion properties to a range of underwater metals including aluminium, zinc, galvanised steel, bronze and stainless steel.
Combine with International antifouling to form a unified coating system that resists dynamic and caviation forces to protect propellers and underwater metals from fouling build up.
Here are some questions about the propeller primer that we are frequently asked in store.
On what areas of my boat should I apply propeller primer?
International recommend that the formula is used on outdrives, outboard legs, propellers and stern gear.
On what substrates can propeller primer be used?
Aluminium, zinc, galvanised steel, bronze and stainless steel.
How can the formula be applied?
International recommend that propeller primer is applied using a brush.
How many coats should I apply?
The recommended number of coats is 1-2.
What is the coverage?
Approximately 10 metres square per litre.
How long will propeller primer take to become touch dry?
If applied at 10C: 1 hour, 25C: 30 minutes, 35C: 20 minutes.
What finish/sheen will propeller primer produce?
A matt finish, in the colour red (see product image).
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