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Thread: anti fouling paint for stainless props and trim tabs

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    Default anti fouling paint for stainless props and trim tabs

    can anyone give me advice on the best paint available for my props and tabs? Trilux 33 works great on my outdrives but does very little in protection from barnacles on my props. I have also tried Trilux Prop and Drive , but with little sucess. As stated on the can, both are developed for aluminum with nothing being mentioned about stainless. I have been told to use everything from bee"s wax to a product called prop coat. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    PROP SPEED. pricey but well worth it.
    "Addison Leigh"
    1995 Carolina Classic 28'
    Wrightsville Beach, NC

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    where do you find PROP SPEED? will it work on brass (for a buddy)

    also - best way to keep props and running gear clean is to go boating more often!

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    http://www.propspeed.com/

    US distributors listed.
    NIGHTHAWK
    2001 CC 28
    Yanmar 300's

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