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Skippers Fillers and antiskid particles
Skippers Polystuk - polyester filler is two pack polyester filler for the filling of deep cavities on wood, steel and fbreglass surfaces, Widely used also in the car industry.
Skippers Sintofiller - Synthetic surfacing filler is a one component synthetic surfacing filler
Alkyd based one component filler providing good adhesion, good filling power and good sandpapering characteristics. Used on wood, metals (previously treated with suitable primer). Recommended for light surface levelling and to smooth and make even any irregular surface. It can be overcoated with any type of synthetic paint suitable for wood and metals. Skippers Sintofiller is widely used for surface levelling of boats in one component coating systems and also in the wood industry and in the do-it-yourself field to fill up holes, small craters and any surface irregularity.Skippers Sintofiller - Synthetic surfacing filler makes all surfaces perfectly smooth and even before painting.
Skippers Epoxy Light Filler is a two component light weight epoxy filler
Two-component light epoxy filler for high thickness surface levelling on steel, aluminium and light alloy boats and on concrete surfaces. This filler is very flexible and can be applied in a single coat. Its low specific gravity formulation allows to limit the product load onto the coated substrate. Widely used in the boatyard industry.
Skippers Plamur Finisher Two component epoxy filler for surface levelling a two-component epoxy filler for high thickness levelling on small and large surfaces of boats. Used in two-component coating systems.
Skippers Antiskid glass beads float in the paint film in which they are added to give a hard wearing non-abrasive surface. Antiskid beads can be added to any type of paint, one or two-component type, clear or coloured. They can be applied also by sieving them over the freshly applied film of varnish.