Boat Interior Paint Restores a Maxum 2300 SC

Posted on August 07 2020

Boat Interior Paint Restores a Maxum 2300 SC

 

As an art restoration specialist Debbie Vitosky was very picky about choosing the color of boat interior paint that would most closely match the interior of her and her husband’s 2003 Maxum 2300 SC. “I think I drove Malcolm (at ColorBond) crazy finding the right color” laughs Debbie.

Before

Before

Before

Before

The boat is stored covered outdoors, but experienced problems with moisture build-up and mold, which had stained the interior. Having previous good experience using ColorBond LVP Refinisher to repaint her car’s vinyl floormats, Debbie decided to use it to refinish the vinyl cushions and interior of her boat. 

During

“We scrubbed the interior down with a 20% acetone to water mix to be sure we got the surfaces as clean as possible before applying the boat interior paint. It took us about day to clean and mask off the interior” says Debbie. “Then it took only part of a day to paint the interior.”

After

After

Debbie said ColorBond was easier to work with than standard spray paint, and that she had very-good control. It sprayed on with good coverage and dried quickly and evenly with no areas looking too light or too heavy. She also thought the paint and color turned out great and were very close to the original. As an art restoration specialist, we respect her opinion!

After

After

Overall, Debbie used 14 cans of ColorBond LVP Refinisher boat interior paint at a cost of $230.86. In comparison, having the interior professionally reupholstered would have cost thousands.

Great job Vitkosky’s!

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