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After a ton of searching I am down to using Awlgrip or Sherwin Williams for my bilge while the motor is out. It has Awlgrip now and has held up, but not as well as I would have liked.

I have seen several people mention that Sherwin Williams Industrial Epoxy works great, but they never list what epoxy they used and it appears they have several.

Also, I see that Sherwin Williams has a SeaGuard 3000 which is a two-part urethane specifically made for marine use. Anyone have experience with this?
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The Sherwinn Willams is called industrial epoxy it only comes in 2 one gallon pails that need to be mixed one to one. It was 78 bucks years ago . Not all stores handle it or know about it.

Holds up very very good
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The Sherwinn Willams is called industrial epoxy it only comes in 2 one gallon pails that need to be mixed one to one. It was 78 bucks years ago . Not all stores handle it or know about it.

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I found this but it's mixed 4:1

http://www.sherwin-williams.com/pro/...ormance_epoxy/
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the Sherwin Williams stuff is cheap and awesome. I used it in my bilge and a buddy of mine pulled out his carpet and used it on his floor. I think that he mixed in a bit of sand or something to give some traction, and also added a bit of black, just so that it was not so stark white. It is some thick stuff, and make certain that you are well ventilated.
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the Sherwin Williams stuff is cheap and awesome. I used it in my bilge and a buddy of mine pulled out his carpet and used it on his floor. I think that he mixed in a bit of sand or something to give some traction, and also added a bit of black, just so that it was not so stark white. It is some thick stuff, and make certain that you are well ventilated.
That is exactly what I wanted to do. Do the bilge then use an "anti-slip" additive for the cockpit with the leftover.

Anyone know exactly what the product is called?

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I believe its called shark bite at sherwin williams for the no slip...
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I believe its called shark bite at sherwin williams for the no slip...
Yep they did mention the Shark Bite. Thanks.

But I still don't know the name of the Epoxy that people have used as Sherwin Williams has several. It may be the one that I linked(High Performance Epoxy) but that is mixed at 4:1 and I thought the stuff others had used was 2:1.
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We have used this with great results


http://protective.sherwin-williams.c...3Aproduct-6859
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Well, looks like I will try the High Performance Epoxy as the Seaguard 3000 only comes in 3 gallons. The High Performance also has the best stain, chemical and abrasion resistance when compared to their other epoxies.
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