Deck paint colors – When painting deck wooden covers your boat, you are taking part in a task that has been completed by marine, professional and amateur, for hundreds of years. Some colors were traditional. The upper decks were washed, to be white, talcum blocks called “holystone” (holy stone) due to the similar to the prayer of those who worked resting on his knees in tight areas posture. The lower decks were once red for men of fighting ships not to be surprised by the sight of blood. Although these colors are traditional, color choice is yours alone. Almost any modern painting is adequate.
Deck paint colors clean the cover with paraffin solvent and a clean cloth, working in areas 3 by 3 feet (90 x 90 cm) at a time. Remove any finish (paint, varnish or other sealant) tables covered by sanding in the direction of the wood grain with sandpaper grain 80. Vacuuming the deck to clean dust from sanding. Seal the cover gaskets requiring repairs, either with putty or silicone caulking tools and marline rope.
Pour half of the deck paint colors in a bucket. Paint mixture with a stir bar or an accessory mixing inserted into the bore. Stirred paint from the bottom of the mixing bowl. Pour remaining paint bucket mixture and stir until completely mixed.