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Aluma Hawk

For detailed technical information about this product please download the documents listed below:

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS Sheet) and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) covers regulatory information including physical data, hazardous ingredients list, safety precautions, storage, handling, spill and disposal procedures, and other important safety information.

Technical Data Sheet (Tech Sheet) contains detailed product information, including application specifications and guidelines.

Three Ways to Buy Sea Hawk Paint

  1. Locate a Certified Applicator

    Find a Sea Hawk Certified Applicator near you to apply your selected antifouling paint system. Sea Hawk Certified Applicators provide the highest standards in bottom paint application and are the only boatyards to offer our Antifouling Paint Written Guarantee.

  2. Find a Retail Location

    Locate a Sea Hawk Retail Dealer to purchase your Sea Hawk products at retail store near you.

  3. Contact Sea Hawk

    Call us toll free at 1.800.528.0997 (U.S. and Canada) or 1.727.523.8053 (Local and International). You can also contact us online or send us an email and we can help you find where to purchase our products.


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Postby Fishon72 »

Wow...those are some beautiful paint jobs! I greatly appreciate all the responses.

Currently still in the process of stripping all the old paint, previous owner coated the bottom interior with anti fouling paint and it’s been a project getting it off, messy stuff.

I’m going with Rustoleum Topside and working on getting a color that somewhat resembles the factory sea foam green. I mixed a quart of navy blue with a quart of deep green, then added a quart of white and ended up with a blue teal color. Plan is to add some yellow Testors model paint and more white and see what I come up with. In hindsight I should have mixed the paint colors more slowly and methodically instead of just dumping the quarts in the bucket together, but I figured I’d need about that amount of paint anyhow.

At first when I was reading about rolling/tipping it sounded fairly difficult, after all this scraping the old paint and the sanding to come I have no doubt the actual painting will be the easiest and most fun part of the project. I’ll post some updates as I go
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  • Beautiful, shiny, long-lasting polyurethane marine topside paint with excellent resistance to weather, chemicals, and abrasion
  • Unique formula allows hulls to expand & contract without finish lifting or cracking
  • Brush or spray above the waterline on wood, fiberglass, and previously painted surfaces in good condition
  • Compatible with flattening agents and non-skid additives
  • Pint-size is ideal for painting boot stripes
  • Pint Colors: Flag Blue, Black, White, Fire Red
  • Quart Colors: Aqua Mist, Black, Blue-Glo White, Classic Whaler Blue, Bristol Beige, Sand Beige, Fighting Lady Yellow, Fire Red, Flag Blue, Flat Gray, Flat White, Hatteras Off-White, Light Gray, Kingston Gray, Largo Blue, Flat Black, Off-White, Oyster White, Sea Foam, Sea Green, White, Yellow
  • Gallon Colors: Black, Aqua Mist, Blue-Glo White, Classic Whaler Blue, Bristol Beige, Sand Beige, Fire Red, Flag Blue, Hatteras Off-White, Oyster White, Light Gray, Kingston Gray, Largo Blue, Off-White, Sea Green, White, Yellow, Fighting Lady Yellow, Sea Foam, Flat White, Flat Black, Flat Gray

Get glossy, professional-looking results without spraying

Wet Edge was created so anyone could easily paint their boat’s topsides with pride and not pay a premium to do it. Of course, you can spray it on if you want to, but simple rolling and tipping produce praiseworthy results. Just remember always to brush from the wet edge into new paint, then leave it alone and it’ll lay down flat, smooth, and glossy. Be careful you don’t get a big head from all the compliments. If you need to prime first, our high-solids TotalBoat Topside Primer was created expressly for use under Wet Edge.

Lay it on thin

To get Wet Edge to cure to a rock-hard, super shiny finish, you have to think thin. Coats, that is. It’s loaded with solids so you don’t need to lay it on thick to get better coverage. You wouldn’t want to either, because it won’t dry as fast as it should. For best color and finish, we recommend 2-3 thin coats.

Very tough and very flexible

Wet Edge topside paint adheres to fiberglass and wood like wet on water, and expands and contracts effortlessly with your ever-shifting hull. Other one-part topside paints can lift, peel, or crack under this type of pressure.

Choose from 22 UV-stable colors or create your own

Consistency and UV stability are hallmarks of the available Wet Edge boat paint colors. From serene to bold and brilliant, these colors will always look as good as the day they were laid down. If you want to make your own color, just mix any of the existing Wet Edge boat paint colors.


  • Coverage: 350-400 sq. ft. per gallon (approximately 80-100 sq. ft. per quart)
  • Finish Sheen/Gloss: High Gloss (standard) (85-90°); Flattened (5-10°)
  • Application temperature: 50-90°F; humidity 0-90%
  • Application methods: Brush, roll and tip, or spray
  • Recommended brush: High-quality natural bristle or badger hair brush
  • Recommended roller: we recommend a solvent safe 1/8″ foam roller, designed for leaving glossy surfaces without any stipple or lint. This includes products such as ArroWorthy Mighty Mini rollers, or foam rollers that fit on regular paint roller frames.
  • Do not apply with nap rollers. Nap rollers leave small hairs, as well as a stippled effect in the paint that will stand out once it cures, and will generally lay down too much paint for a proper cure.
  • Primer: TotalBoat Topside Primer (NOTE: Wet Edge can also be applied over TotalBoat epoxy primer systems, including TotalProtect, 2-Part Epoxy Primers, and Aluminum Boat Barrier Coat. See technical data sheet for details.)
  • Thinning: Brush/roll – TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100, 5-10%; Spray – xylene, 15-20%
  • Cleanup: TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100 or TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep
  • Number of coats: 2-3
  • Dry time to touch: 1.5 hrs @ 90°F; 3 hrs @ 70°F; 6 hrs @ 50°F
  • Dry time to overcoat: 8 hrs @ 90°F; 12 hrs @ 70°F; 16 hrs @ 50°F
  • Not recommended for steel without proper preparation, or aluminum unless properly etched and primed
  • Not designed for continuous submersion on boat bottoms that remain in the water longer than 72 hours.

TotalBoat Wet Edge Topside Paint Technical Data

WARNING: Certain TotalBoat Wet Edge colors can expose you to chemicals including titanium dioxide, ethylbenzene, silica crystalline, carbon black, and n-methylpyrrolidone, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

Wet Edge Boottop White Pint SDS

Wet Edge Boottop Fire Red Pint SDS

Wet Edge Boottop Flag Blue Pint SDS

Wet Edge Boottop Black Pint SDS

Wet Edge Yellow SDS

Wet Edge White SDS

Wet Edge Sea Green SDS

Wet Edge Sea Foam SDS

Wet Edge Oyster White SDS

Wet Edge Off-White SDS

Wet Edge Largo Blue SDS

Wet Edge Light Gray SDS

Wet Edge Kingston Gray SDS

Wet Edge Hatteras Off-White SDS

Wet Edge Flag Blue SDS

Wet Edge Fire Red SDS

Wet Edge Fighting Lady Yellow SDS

Wet Edge Classic Whaler Blue SDS – Quart

Wet Edge Classic Whaler Blue SDS – Gallon

Wet Edge Bristol Beige SDS

Wet Edge Sand Beige SDS

Wet Edge Blue Glo White SDS

Wet Edge Black SDS

Wet Edge Aqua Mist SDS

Wet Edge Flat Black SDS

Wet Edge Flat White SDS

Wet Edge Flat Gray SDS

Frequently Asked Questions

What can Wet Edge be used on?

This marine topside boat paint can be used on fiberglass, wood, or previously painted surfaces above the waterline.

Do you need to prime before applying Wet Edge?

For the best results, you should prime using TotalBoat Topside Primer. Keep in mind, Wet Edge topside boat paint can also be applied over TotalBoat epoxy primer systems, including TotalProtect, 2-Part Epoxy Primers, and Aluminum Boat Barrier Coat.

How do I apply this paint?

It’s best to use the “roll and tip” method with a brush and roller. If you are applying the paint with a roller, we recommend using a solvent safe ⅛” foam roller, designed to leave glossy surfaces without any stipple or lint. If you are applying it with a brush, we suggest using a natural bristle or badger hair brush. You should not apply the Wet Edge Topside Paint with a nap roller because they leave small hairs, and will generally lay down too much paint for a proper cure. Wet Edge can also be sprayed.

How many coats should I apply?

For the best color appearance and finish durability, we recommend two to three thin coats.

How long should I wait before applying another coat?

On a mild day with low humidity, you may be able to get two coats applied in a day. Otherwise, we recommend 24 hours between coats.

How long does it take for polyurethane marine topside paint to fully dry?

The dry time to touch is 1.5 hours to 6 hours, depending on the temperature. The dry time to overcoat is also dependent on the temperature. It can take anywhere between 8 hours to 16 hours before it’s fully cured. Be sure to apply thin coats. Applying Wet Edge too thick may cause problems with drying.

Rolling and Tipping - Do's \u0026 DON'Ts of painting your boat.

Boat Paint

Boaters have been painting their boats since time immemorial. It's an annual pre-season or pre-launch maintenance ritual for many. Here in the northeast, boatyards and marinas that are silent in the winter become hives of activity in early spring with everyone from professional boat painters to do-it-yourselfers getting ready for the season ahead. A fresh coat of paint, whether its on the hull, topside, or deck, improves your boat's appearance and helps keep it in good condition by protecting the surfaces underneath. Marine paint is very much a general term used to describe the many different formulations intended for use on boats. The type of paint you use depends on what part of the boat it is being applied to.

What is Bottom Paint?

Boat bottom paint refers to marine finishes applied at and below the waterline. Bottom paints are protective coatings generally applied to prevent fouling such as weed, slime, barnacle, and or mussel build up that can hamper your boat's performance.

What is Topside Paint?

Topside paint is a marine-specific finish applied above the waterline, upper hull and deck areas. These coatings are more than decorative. Topside paints protect your boat from long term damage that the sun (UV rays) and sea (moisture and salt) can cause.

What is Marine Varnish?

Marine Varnish is specifically engineered for use on interior and exterior woods on boats. Varnish ingredients are usually a blend of oil, resin, solvent, dryers and ultra-violet additives.

How to Prep a Boat for Paint?

Nearly all boat painting projects involve pre-paint surface preparation ranging from scraping old paint to priming bare hulls. In fact, the adhesion and durability of the finish is almost always directly proportional to the quality of surface prep. Paint primers and undercoats are used with marine paints for maximizing adhesion over old paints or bare aluminum, fiberglass, steel, and wood hulls. For the best results, it's critical that manufacturer's painting conditions guidelines be followed. Ambient temperature can significantly impact dry and recoat times. Various thinners and additives are used to speed up or slow down paint drying time. The use of paint thinner solvent or other additives also depends on whether you are rolling, brushing, or spraying.


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Sea Foam Green Professional Grade Exterior Gel Coat

Sea Foam Green Exterior Gel Coat that is Premium Professional Grade with superior leveling and air release for the professional. This premium Sea Foam Green gel coat is designed to give excellent protection against varying weather conditions and UV light while retaining gloss and color. This marine grade gelcoat is based on isophthalic-neopentyl glycol (ISO/NPG) polyester resin providing a non-run, non-sag formulation of flexible polyester resins to produce resiliency and toughness. May be used to patch, re-gelcoat, or new application. Common gelcoat uses include boats, RV's, showers, tubs, pools, and more.

  • Weatherability 
  • Color stability 
  • Water/Osmosis resistance 
  • Durability 
  • Chemical resistance 
  • UV light stability 
  • Ease of application
  • Color: Sea Foam Green 

Included: MEKp Catalyst/Hardener Bottle and Wax Additive Sanding Aid Container.

  • Gallon Includes: 2 oz MEKp Catalyst/Hardener Bottle, and 4 oz Wax Additive container on the side
  • Quart Includes: 1 oz MEKp Catalyst/Hardener Bottle  and 2 oz Wax Additive container on the side
  • Additional MEKp Catalyst/Hardener is available as an option

When to use a Wax Additive Sanding Aid:
If you are planning a doing small repairs, or overcoating gel coat, you should use the wax additive sanding aid. The wax allows the colored Gel Coat to harden so that is maybe sanded and buffed. This is considered a Finish Gelcoat since the wax additive will rise to the surface and will not require PVA or other air-inhibitors to cure to a hard surface.
If you are fabricating with fiberglass and colored gel coat, or plan on applying another coat of gelcoat then you should not use the wax additive: The gel coat will not harden and allow for the fiberglass and gel coat to bond while being in a mold. You will then need to add a surface treatment to the gel coat so that it will harden, such as PVA . Or add the wax additive into the gel coat on the last coat.

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Rolling and Tipping - Do's \u0026 DON'Ts of painting your boat.

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