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A full-performance, clear protective hull coating
- Ships in smaller kits for ease of use
- 17oz kit covers 15 linear ft of vessel hull
- 1L / 32oz covers 23 linear ft of vessel hull.
* Holiday Sale: Buy 2 or more 17oz kits and save $500. Discount automatically applied at checkout. Terms & Conditions apply.
FRIENDLY HULL COATING
Is your bottom paint hurting your hull or harming the environment? Unlike traditional bottom boat paint or anti-fouling coatings, Hull Pro contains no biocides and is non-sacrificial and non-ablative. Hull Pro is a hard, clear coating that won’t wear down over time, won’t create microplastics, and won’t have adverse effects on the environment. Choose our clear, biocide-free coating to protect your hull today.
UP TO 15% SPEED INCREASE
IMPROVE VESSEL PERFORMANCE
Hull Pro’s ultra-smooth fouling-release system is the ideal clear coat for salt water or freshwater boats. It creates a super slick surface that reduces drag and has been tested and proven to improve vessel performance for customers.Tests have shown an increase of vessel speed by up to 15% and an increase in fuel efficiency by up to 10%.
Tom Montgomery-Swan, a powerboat champion, tested Hull Pro’s performance benefits on an Axopar Brabus. Check out his results in our performance report.
Up to 10% FUEL SAVINGS
Clean your hull’s surface without the need for harsh chemicals. Hull Pro is a clear bottom paint with fouling-release protection that can shield your hull from damage, algae, fouling, and barnacles. Marine growth and barnacles will still appear on a Hull Pro-coated hull. We recommend having a diver clean the boat every 3-6 weeks depending on water & rate of growth.
DURABLE, WON’T CHIP OR FADE
Hull Pro’s nano-epoxy paint is developed to be durable. Once applied, it won’t chip off, making it ideal for when you’re using boat lifts or transporting your vessel via trailer. Hull Pro’s 85% UV reflectivity rate also protects your hulls from yellowing!
RETAIN VESSEL’S RESALE VALUE
Staying away from soft clear coatings or traditional bottom paints can help your vessel look its best and extend its lifespan. Maintaining Hull Pro-coated hulls means you're protected over multiple seasons. See the difference and an immediate ROI over the course of a season!
Hull Pro applies easily to your hull. Unlike other antifouling paint, Hull Pro is environmentally friendly two-component epoxy material lays out quickly and self-levels. It’s so simple you can do it yourself. Check out our application guides and videos below. Contact us with any detailed questions you may have!
CARE & MAINTENANCE
If you take care of your Hull Pro-coated hull, our formulation takes care of you. Regular maintenance and cleaning are still recommended on your boat or pontoon, and your cleaning frequency will depend on your water type and your growth rate. Download our helpful post-application care guide and keep it handy!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We’ve collected some of the most frequently asked questions about Hull Pro. Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about our product, application, and care and maintenance.
How does Hull Pro work?
Our 2-part clear, nano-formulation creates an ultra-smooth barrier on your hull. Because it’s so smooth, Hull Pro provides a fouling-release protective barrier between your hull and the water. Our formula decreases the adhesion between marine organisms and your hull. The ultra-smooth finish of Hull Pro decreases vessel drag, meaning you can see an increase in speed, and a decrease in fuel consumption. It is not an antifouling paint, which means regular maintenance is still required. Contact us to determine if Hull Pro is suitable for you.
How much Hull Pro do I need to cover my vessel?
For pontoons and tritoons, we recommend 1-32oz kit. For other vessels, 1-32oz kit will cover roughly 23 linear feet of hull below the waterline, and 1-17oz kit will cover roughly 15 linear feet of hull. This is not the same as square feet. Linear feet measure the length of a vessel. Most vessels under 40ft in length can be covered using our Hull Pro calculation above. For larger vessels above 40ft in length, reach out to us and provide beam measurement and vessel length, and we’ll let you know the correct quantity you’ll need to cover your hull.
How long does Hull Pro last, and how often do I need to reapply?
With the proper care, Hull Pro can protect your vessel for up to 2 years without reapplication. If your vessel is knocking against the dock or you do see some scuffs or damage, you can touch up Hull Pro by sanding around the area and applying another coat of Hull Pro. Remember, you’ll have to wait 24 hours for your touch-up to dry, and 48 hours for Hull Pro to be fully cured after application (72 hours total) before you relaunch your vessel.
How long after application until I can launch my vessel?
Hull Pro cures in 24 hours. We recommend waiting the full 24 hours prior to moving vessel (depending on temperature and humidity). Vessel immersion / launch time is 48 hours post-curing (72 hours post-application).
Can I power wash my vessel after applying Hull Pro?
Absolutely. A good power washing can help remove stubborn and hard growth. We recommend using a 2500-3500 PSI gas power washer.
How often do I need to clean my vessel after applying Hull Pro?
Everyone’s water type will differ. It’s important for you to check with your marina to understand growth rate and patterns for your water type. Hull Pro is a fouling-release formula and will require regular maintenance. We recommend you check our POST-APPLICATION CARE GUIDE for our recommended tools and tips for keeping Hull Pro looking its best on your hull, and for keeping your vessel protected. Maintenance with Hull Pro is as simple as a dive and scrub, a power-wash or a gentle cleaning with a silicone scraper and white 3M scouring pad.
How can I remove Hull Pro from my vessel?
To remove Hull Pro, you would need to fully sand it down to the bare substrate.
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PRODUCT DOCUMENTS & SPECIFICATION
Part A (Base) + Part B (Hardener)
4:1 A:B per volume
|Solids by Volume||
8.5oz Kit - ~7.5 linear feet of vessel hull
|Substrate Application Temperature||
|Maximum Pot Life||
~45 min @ 68°F (20°C)
3 h @ 68°F (20°C)
|Dry Through Time / Curing Time||
~24 h @ 68°F (20°C)
|Minimum Recoat Interval||
~24 h @ 68°F (20°C)
|Minimum Time to Launch||
~72 h @ 68°F (20°C) (48 hours after full cure)