Sea Hawk Paints debuts new epoxy

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Sea Hawk Paints’ recently released epoxy system has a new name, logo and colorful label artwork.

The new Hawk Epoxy, made by Sea Hawk Paints, a division of New Nautical Coatings, is an epoxy system for building and repairing boats, planes, surfboards, canoes and many other substrates.

“Building and repairing fiberglass structures is a demanding process that requires strict adherence to proper procedures,” New Nautical Coatings CEO Erik Norrie said in a statement.

“The foundation of our system is our R1 Epoxy Resin, which fulfills all of the different application needs with its 11-part catalyst and fairing options. Bonding, fairing, coating, waterproofing and air exchange reduction have never been simpler.”

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