SHARKHIDE will keep your pontoons looking like new. Providing protection against stains, oxidation, acid-rain, weathering, salt spray, and pitting. The results are amazing, apply a couple good coats and enjoy years of protection, along with ease of cleanup. This product is the cleaning secret you've been waiting to find. See the results beflow, and see what others says below:
This is a hot new item. This offers the same great protection as our Metal Protectant, but in aerosol form. Perfect for hard to reach areas, wheels, intricate metal work, etc... Also great for touch ups, small areas, diamond-plate, and any hard to coat surface. You won't find this anywhere else, we just got this in!
This is a 16oz Aerosol can, with 11oz of Sharkhide, and 5oz of Propellant.
This stuff is amazing I have a 2004 Playcraft and refinished the tunes then put on shark hide it works so good. Love this stuff
I tried the Aerosol spray on some small engine parts. I'm still testing out this product. (Still not warm enough to work on the cars)
Great customer service as we needed help getting product shipped. Product is very durable, easy to apply and long lasting.
Didn't get a chance to use it ,, the aerosol can and the quart bundle has everything covered I would be coating, seem like a a good deal as a bundle
I'm glad you contacted me. I actually called a couple days ago and left a message but haven't gotten a call back. I’m restoring a1982 handmade brass bed, I’ve just about got it completely cleaned and polished. A friend of mine who rebuilds cars from the ground up suggested Sharkhide instead of Lacquer as a finish. I bought your kit a week or so ago but in the meantime I've talked to the company that made the bed and they suggested I use Mohawk Lacquer for Brass Gloss M103-0500. My tendency is to take my friends advice and go with the Sharkhide but I wanted to ask you. How will Sharkhide compare duration wise to Lacquer? What about ease of application, the Lacquer is spray only.
I look forward to your response,
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