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EZ Poxy 2 Product Data Sheet - Pettit Marine Paint

EZ-Poxy 2

2-Part Polyurethane Enamel

TECHNICAL BULLETIN Z38 5/11

Exceptionally easy two-part polyurethane application

Long lasting, extremely durable, high-gloss finish

Innovative formula is practically fool-proof

More economical and forgiving than the competition

Pettit’s EZ-Poxy 2 is a high-performance, two-part catalyzed silicone

polyurethane marine paint without all of the costs and hassles associated with

two-part enamels. EZ-Poxy 2 combines the added gloss, wear resistance, and

durability boaters are looking for in a two-part polyurethane enamel with the

ease of application of a single part product. This revolutionary formula

reduces the effects of brush strokes and is so forgiving; it’s practically foolproof.

In fact, EZ-Poxy 2 is so innovative that it makes exact mixing ratios a

thing of the past. Its added UV protection and gloss retention will keep your

boat looking shiny and new for years to come. It is more economical, requires less effort, and

is more forgiving than the competition.

PHYSICAL DATA

VEHICLE TYPE: Catalyzed silicone polyurethane

FINISH: High-gloss

COLORS: See Pettit color chart

3821 Yacht White 3823 White Sand

3825 Mist White 3827 Blue Moon White

3829 Buff Beige 3831 Signal Red

3833 Endeavor Blue 3835 Commodore Blue

3837 Twilight Blue 3839 Lemonade

3841 Bermuda Green 3843 Gull Gray

3845 Black Ice

COMPONENTS: 2

CURING MECHANISM: Chemical cure

SOLIDS (theoretical):

By weight...70.0 +/- 2%

By volume...53 +/- 2%

COVERAGE: 570 sq. ft/gal.

VOC: 368 g/l max.

FLASH POINT: 76° F

MIX RATIO: 4:1

APPLICATION DATA

METHOD: Brush, roller, or spray

Contains polyisocyanates, do not spray

NUMBER OF COATS: 2 minimum

DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT: 1.5 mils

(2.8 wet mils)

APPLICATION TEMP: 50° F. Min. / 90°F. Max.

APPLICATION HUMIDITY: 0% Min. / 90% Max.

POT LIFE: (No induction time needed)

90°F 2 Hours

70°F 3 Hours

50°F 5 Hours

DRY TIME (HOURS):

To Touch

To Recoat

90°F 1-1/2 8

70°F 3 16

50°F 6 24

THINNER: 120 Brushing Thinner

CLEANER: 120 Brushing Thinner

ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS

D95 Fiberglass Dewaxer

92 Bio-Blue Hull Surface Prep

6149 EZ Prime

6455/044 Metal Primer Pack

6980 Rustlok Primer

6627 Tie Coat Primer

2018 Clear Sealer

9080 Easypoxy Satin Additive

9900 Skidless Compound

7050 EZ-Fair Compound

120 Brushing Thinner

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EZ-Poxy 2

2-Part Polyurethane Enamel

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Stir thoroughly before use. EZ-Poxy 2 does not require an induction time and may be applied by brush or roller. For brush or roller application apply without

thinning although in hot weather 5-10% Pettit 120 Brushing Thinner may be added to maintain a wet edge. For best results on large, smooth surfaces roll

out using a short nap roller (3/16” nap or less) followed immediately by leveling off with the tip of a brush. Contains polyisocyanates, do not spray. Apply

one, thin even coat per day. After an overnight dry, lightly sand with 220 grit sandpaper and apply a second coat. Always wipe with a tack cloth

immediately before the fresh application of paint to remove any airborne dust which may have settled. Applying two or more coats in one day or applying

excessively heavy films (greater than 4 wet mils) will lead to insufficient thorough drying of the paint and will yield soft paint films. Do not apply EZ-Poxy 2

on extremely humid days (90% + RH) or when rain is threatening. Do not apply in the late afternoon when working outdoors as the wet film may be

adversely affected by dew. When working in cooler temperatures be sure the air and surface temperatures will remain at or above 50°F for at least 8

hours after application. For a semi-gloss finish for decks and interiors use simply add 9080 Easypoxy Satin Additive to any EZ-Poxy 2 color for a custom

satin look. Although not recommended for constant immersion, EZ-Poxy 2 can be used on the bottoms of dry-sailed boats that will be in water no more

than two days at a time. Allow the last coat of EZ-Poxy 2 to dry a minimum of 7 days before launching when EZ-Poxy 2 is used in this manner.

Surface Preparation: Coating performance, in general, is proportional to the degree of surface preparation. Follow recommendations carefully, avoiding

shortcuts. Inadequate preparation of surfaces will virtually assure inadequate coating performance. Surface must be free of dirt, loose paint, rust, oil,

grease, wax, soap and any other foreign matter. Clean painted areas by washing with a solution of 2 cups household ammonia per gallon of water and

rinse well. Remove existing mildew with household bleach instead of ammonia.

SYSTEMS

Bare Wood: Sand surface smooth with 80-120 grit sandpaper, then solvent clean with Pettit 120 Thinner to remove residue. Fill all screw heads or small

holes with 7050 EZ-Fair Epoxy Fairing Compound; sand flush and solvent clean with Pettit 120 Thinner. Apply a coat of 2018 Clear Sealer to penetrate

and seal the porous grain. Follow with one or two coats of 6149 EZ Prime until an evenly smooth base condition is reached; sand each coat with 80-120

grit sandpaper and solvent clean with Pettit 120 Thinner. Proceed with the first finish coat of EZ-Poxy 2 .

Bare wood that has been epoxied must be thoroughly scrubbed with an ammonia/water solution then sanded with 120 grit sandpaper and solvent cleaned

with Pettit 120 Thinner. Follow with a coat of 6149 EZ Prime to smooth the surface and provide a uniform base. Sand well and solvent clean with Pettit

120 Thinner, then proceed with the first coat of EZ-Poxy 2 .

Bare Steel: Surface must be cleaned to a bright finish by sandblasting or grinding; remove blast residue. Immediately apply one coat of 6980 Rustlok

Primer; allow to dry until tacky. If surface is rough, apply a coat of 6627 Tie-Coat Primer; sand well and solvent clean with Pettit 120 Thinner. Repeat

application as needed until a smooth, uniform base is reached. Proceed with the first coat of EZ-Poxy 2 .

Bare Aluminum: Wipe the surface free of oil and grease with Pettit 120 Thinner. Remove oxidation and etch the surface with medium grit emery cloth;

remove sanding residue. Apply one thin “wet” coat of 6455/044 Metal Primer; allow to dry at least two hours. Proceed with the first coat of EZ-Poxy 2 . 6149

EZ Prime can be used over the 6455/044 Metal Primer for smoothing surfaces if desired.

Bare Fiberglass: The entire surface to be painted regardless of age must be thoroughly washed with 120 thinner or 92 Bio-Blue to remove all traces of

mold release agents and wax. Sand the gel coat with 80 to 120 grit sandpaper to a dull, frosty appearance, solvent clean with Pettit 120 Thinner to

remove residue. If the surface is in excellent condition, proceed with the first finish coat of EZ-Poxy 2 .

If the surface is rough or imperfections exist, it will have to be repaired. Fill all nicks and gouges with 7050 EZ-Fair Epoxy Fairing Compound; sand flush

when hard, then solvent clean. Follow with a coat of 6149 EZ Prime to smooth the surface and provide a uniform base; sand well and solvent clean.

Proceed with the first finish coat of EZ-Poxy 2 .

Painted Surfaces: Clean painted areas by washing with a solution of two cups household ammonia per gallon of water and rinse well. Remove existing

mildew with household bleach instead of ammonia. Never mix bleach and ammonia. If the old paint is an oil-based enamel or polyurethane, and is in

good, sound condition, sand it thoroughly smooth with 150 grit sandpaper, solvent clean to remove residue with Pettit 120 Thinner, then proceed with the

first coat of EZ-Poxy 2 . If the old oil-base or polyurethane paint contained a non-skid material, scrub the non-skid service with Pettit 92 Bio-Blue Hull

Surface Prep using a stiff bristle brush. Thoroughly rinse the surface and allow to dry, then apply two coats of EZ-Poxy 2 . If the old paint is a latex or waterbased

paint, or is in poor condition, remove it with a paint and varnish remover or by sanding. Proceed with instructions for the appropriate bare surface

system.

Non-Skid Decks: To provide a safe, slip-proof texture on decks, add Pettit 9900 Skidless Compound to the mixed EZ-Poxy 2 . Stir mixture continuously to

insure compound is thoroughly dispersed and remains in suspension. A minimum of two coats are recommended, following the appropriate application

system. Alternatively, apply a coat of EZ-Poxy 2 (without 9900 Skidless Compound) to all areas requiring a non-skid surface, then sprinkle or broadcast the

9900 Skidless Compound into the wet EZ-Poxy 2 . After drying overnight carefully brush-out all loose Skidless Compound and apply another thin, even coat

of EZ-Poxy 2 to the surface. For decks which have a pre-molded, non-skid embossment, scrub the non-skid surface with Pettit 92 Bio-Blue Hull Surface

Prep using a stiff bristle brush or wash the surface with 95 Fiberglass Dewaxer. Abrade area thoroughly with bronze wool then solvent clean with Pettit

120 Thinner to remove residue. Apply two coats of EZ-Poxy 2 adding 9900 Skidless Compound to the mixture if an improved non-skid texture is desired.

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<strong>EZ</strong>-<strong>Poxy</strong> 2 2-Part Polyurethane Enamel TECHNICAL BULLETIN Z38 5/11 Exceptionally easy two-part polyurethane application Long lasting, extremely durable, high-gloss finish Innovative formula is practically fool-proof More economical and forgiving than the competition <strong>Pettit</strong>’s <strong>EZ</strong>-<strong>Poxy</strong> 2 is a high-performance, two-part catalyzed silicone polyurethane marine paint without all of the costs and hassles associated with two-part enamels. <strong>EZ</strong>-<strong>Poxy</strong> 2 combines the added gloss, wear resistance, and durability boaters are looking for in a two-part polyurethane enamel with the ease of application of a single part product. This revolutionary formula reduces the effects of brush strokes and is so forgiving; it’s practically foolproof. In fact, <strong>EZ</strong>-<strong>Poxy</strong> 2 is so innovative that it makes exact mixing ratios a thing of the past. Its added UV protection and gloss retention will keep your boat looking shiny and new for years to come. It is more economical, requires less effort, and is more forgiving than the competition. PHYSICAL DATA VEHICLE TYPE: Catalyzed silicone polyurethane FINISH: High-gloss COLORS: See <strong>Pettit</strong> color chart 3821 Yacht White 3823 White Sand 3825 Mist White 3827 Blue Moon White 3829 Buff Beige 3831 Signal Red 3833 Endeavor Blue 3835 Commodore Blue 3837 Twilight Blue 3839 Lemonade 3841 Bermuda Green 3843 Gull Gray 3845 Black Ice COMPONENTS: 2 CURING MECHANISM: Chemical cure SOLIDS (theoretical): By weight...70.0 +/- 2% By volume...53 +/- 2% COVERAGE: 570 sq. ft/gal. VOC: 368 g/l max. FLASH POINT: 76° F MIX RATIO: 4:1 APPLICATION DATA METHOD: Brush, roller, or spray Contains polyisocyanates, do not spray NUMBER OF COATS: 2 minimum DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT: 1.5 mils (2.8 wet mils) APPLICATION TEMP: 50° F. Min. / 90°F. Max. APPLICATION HUMIDITY: 0% Min. / 90% Max. POT LIFE: (No induction time needed) 90°F 2 Hours 70°F 3 Hours 50°F 5 Hours DRY TIME (HOURS): To Touch To Recoat 90°F 1-1/2 8 70°F 3 16 50°F 6 24 THINNER: 120 Brushing Thinner CLEANER: 120 Brushing Thinner ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS D95 Fiberglass Dewaxer 92 Bio-Blue Hull Surface Prep 6149 <strong>EZ</strong> Prime 6455/044 Metal Primer Pack 6980 Rustlok Primer 6627 Tie Coat Primer 2018 Clear Sealer 9080 Easypoxy Satin Additive 9900 Skidless Compound 7050 <strong>EZ</strong>-Fair Compound 120 Brushing Thinner www.pettitpaint.com - (800) 221-4466

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Same great paint—new name & new colors

The topside paint you've come to know and trust—Easypoxy—has a new name: EZ-Poxy. Though the name has changed slightly, this is still the same one-part, high-gloss polyurethane paint with superior gloss and gloss retention, and dependable durability in all weathers.

In addition, Pettit is introducing 7 colors that are tried and true topside finish standards:

  • Blue Glow White 3176
  • Mediterranean White 3184
  • Hatteras Cream 3208
  • Dark Blue 3290
  • Dull Dead Grass 3303
  • Fighting Lady Yellow 3456
  • Seattle Gray 3715

NOTE: Pettit has also changed the names of 6 of its existing colors as follows:

  • Gloss White 3175 is now White 3175
  • Off-White 3108 is now Hatteras Off-White 3108
  • Electric Blue 3237 is now Electric Sapphire Blue 3237
  • Newport Green 3333 is now Seafoam Green 3333
  • Bright Red 3624 is now Fire Red 3624
  • Dark Gray 3720 is now Steel Gray 3720

So for example, if you want to use up the rest of your Bright Red 3624, but don't have enough to complete your project, now you'll order Fire Red 3624. It's the same color, it just has a new, more descriptive name.


SURFACE PREPARATION

The surface must be free of dirt, loose paint, rust, oil, grease, wax, soap and any other foreign matter before painting. Clean painted areas by washing with a solution of 2 cups household ammonia per gallon of water and rinse well. Remove existing mildew with household bleach instead of ammonia.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Stir thoroughly before use. EZ-Poxy may be applied by brush, roller, conventional spray, or airless spray. For brush or roller application, apply without thinning, although in hot weather 5-10% Pettit 120 Brushing Thinner may be added to maintain a wet edge. For best results on large, smooth surfaces, roll out using a short nap roller followed immediately by leveling off with the tip of a brush.

For conventional spray application thin 15-20% with Pettit 121 Spraying Thinner. Apply one, thin even coat per day. After an overnight dry, lightly sand with 220-grit sandpaper and apply a second coat.

Applying two or more coats in one day or applying excessively heavy films (greater than 4 mils wet) will lead to insufficient through-drying of the paint and will yield soft paint films. For airless spray application, thin up to 5% with Pettit 121 Spraying Thinner.

Utilize a .011-.015 inch diameter tip for application. Do not apply EZ-Poxy on extremely humid days (90°F+ RH) or when rain is threatening. Do not apply in the late afternoon when working outdoors as the wet film may be adversely affected by dew. When working in cooler temperatures, be sure the air and surface temperatures will remain at or above 50°F for at least 8 hours after application.

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  1. 08-26-2003, 09:46 PM#1
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    I'm planning on using Pettit Easypoxy (marine polyurethane enamel) on the topsides, and I was hoping for a darker shade of green than the color chart swatch. Can I add a dark tint to achieve this? E-mail to Pettit brings no response, insight from the forumites should shed some light on the subject. Any ideas? Your various comments are appreciated.

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    I took some bonafide epoxy base paint from Sailor's Exchange to the local auto paint supply house. He sniffed it and sprayed it and dripped in some solvents and figured its basis, then tinted it. If you can find such an obliging alchemist up there, I'd suggest that's one good route to try.

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    You ought to be able to use UTC tinting colors or Japan colors (available from a good paint store) to tint the paint. You might call the Easypoxy tech line and inquire about their recommendations. Or blend different Easypoxy colors to get what you want.
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    Kirbys as mentioned above will custom make whatever you want, they are easy to deal with, and fast to deliver. The best part is their paint is very good, and very easy to use and its about the same price as what your planning to use.

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    One out of four ain't bad. Now if the question had been "What high quality marine enamel would you recommend I use instead of the Petit EasyPoxy I probably already have on hand?" Three out of four would have been great. [img]tongue.gif[/img]

    So, go with what Nicholas said.

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    Originally posted by Venchka:
    If you try a do-it-yourself paint tinting exercise, how will you match it at repaint time?
    That's the argument for sticking with standard colors.

    With any custom blend, whether you do it or the paint store does it, you're unlikely to get an exact match in a subsequent batch. Saving stock from the original batch is about the only way to guarantee a perfect match for touchups/repainting.

    And since the original paint has likely faded some...
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    Depending on the kind of green pigment, it may fade with sun exposure.

    Todays green will not necesarily be tomorow's green.

    Certain mineral green pigments are pretty light-stable, but what-you-see-is-what-you-get. There's only one chrome green.

    Dark greens can be made by mixing darker blues with yellow, but most of the dark blues are organic and will fade with time.

    Spinel blue [Lapis Lazuli] is bloody-expensive, and few people use it.

    You can keep it in the garage and let it see sunlight only rarely.

    You can have most of what you want, but there may be compromises, and the extent of some of those may only be known in the fullness of time.

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    Some variety of opinions and all food for more thought. I've used Pettit paint several times and am pleased with it. Not knowing what the cost is in U.S.A. of Kirby's or Pettit, it,s available to me here for $58/gal.(distributor disc.), I thought that was quite good. Another point raised was reproducing exact match come redo time. Well, topsides will be painted in it,s entirety so I won,t worry about an exact match, same amount of tint per gal. should be close to my original blend.
    Thanks for the input. (of course I,m still not committed, no hurry I guess, but this boat might see the water in several years)

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    Originally posted by Venchka:
    "If you try a do-it-yourself paint tinting exercise, how will you match it at repaint time?"

    Remember the tint code or write the new code on the lid of the paint can.

    When matching paint colour, there is a wet shade (value) and a dry shade.

    Warren.

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Painting Boat Topsides, Deck, and Cabin with Pettit Paint

Pettit EZ-Poxy


Part #Color:Size:
PET 3106-GLSemi-Gloss WhiteGallon
PET 3106-QTSemi-Gloss WhiteQuart
PET 3108-GLOff-White Gallon
PET 3108-QTOff-White Quart
PET 3175-GLGloss White Gallon
PET 3175-QTGloss White Quart
PET 3213-QTBlue IceQuart
PET 3229-QTBikini BlueQuart
PET 3237-QTBlue SapphireQuart
PET 3248-QTOcean BlueQuart
PET 3333-QTSeafoam GreenQuart
PET 3348-QTJade GreenQuart
PET 3518-QTSandstoneQuart
PET 3624-QTFire RedQuart
PET 3626-QTBurgundyQuart
PET 3711-QTPlatinumQuart
PET 3720-QTDark GrayQuart
PET 3801-QTBlackQuart
PET 3303-QTDull Dead GrassQuart
PET 3520-QTGrand Banks BeigeQuart

 

Polyurethane topside paint, with added silicone for brilliant shine and easy . Ultraviolet filters to enhance gloss retention and durability. For a semi-gloss finish for decks and interiors, add Easypoxy Flatting Agent to any Easypoxy color for a custom satin look. Theoretical coverage: 600 ft²/gal, by brush or roller. Two thin coats are recommended. Thinner/Cleanup: Use Pettit 120 Brushing Thinner to remove sanding residue, clean equipment, and ease brushing properties, if necessary. Use Pettit 121 Spraying Thinner to reduce viscosity when spraying.

NOTE: All swatch colors shown are approximations of the actual paint color in the can.



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