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  yes to all the above
  Posted by: daggermat on Oct-13-12 8:44 PM (EST)
 

I use krylon Fusion to cover wear spots, and as a poler in granite infested rivers, that means the whole bottom. I also use it to cover patches from when I launch into water colored rocks. As Pete said, the Red clogged on me every can (I had a case of 6), while the Evergreen (case of 6) sprayed good throughout the can. Several of my canoes are now very festively colored; thinking of trying silver and see if I can get Festivus into the picture.
I painted the bottom of one of my poling boats with "Hatteras off white" colored Brightside polyurethane; left over from a sailboat, and noticed today, loaning the boat to a friend to try poling that, 9 years later, that paint is still marking rocks.

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