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Anti Foul

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If you stay on the Broads then there is one called, odly enough, broads antifoul which is designed for the fresh to brackish conditions we have. IIRC it is a blakes product.

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Can someone explain what Anti Foul is ?

Does it take off the grime back to the GEll Coat ?

Or does it protect the gell coat ?

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I think essentially it's to stop the build up of weed and general marine wildlife which would otherwise cling your hull. Either that it protects your boat from chickens. ;)

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i read on the shorebase website where he had used BLACK TAR VARNISH for his anti fouling.

apparently many hire yards use this product as it is only a fraction of the price of antifoul

he is talking of £12 for 5 litres ,easy to roll on and finish around the water line with the real

stuff of your preferred colour.


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