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Old 10-20-2010, 03:39 PM
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Default Alumetron Clearcoat for bare aluminum

Has anyone seen or heard of this product? I could not find anything related in the archives. Seems like it would be a great way to protect polished skins.

Information from website:

"ALUMETRON is a new discovery from Aurora Marine Industries.
Itís a perfectly clear polymer coating that bonds to aluminum. The bond is both chemical as well as mechanical giving it incredible durability, making it suitable for constant water immersion in fresh as well as salt water. Itís perfect for aluminum pontoons and fishing boats. Youíll love how it keeps your pontoons shiny and free from oxidation and staining, saving you money and countless of hours of clean up time. The results are 100% guaranteed or your money back. This new technology is water based so it is safe for the environment and it's non-hazardous. Itís very quick and easy to apply. Just wipe it on with a cloth. This is without a doubt the best investment that you can make in protecting your boat and enhansing it's value."
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