Multi-Season Copper-Free
Pettit Hydrocoat Eco

Works well on aluminum, wood, fiberglass and steel.

Multi-season, water-based ablative that’s easy to apply, long-lasting, and provides a good self-polishing finish.

Might clump up after a few years, but with a little water and mixing, works just fine.

Clean-up is a piece of cake with water and soap. The Eco version of Pettit’s Hydrocoat line is the most versatile: good on all substrates (boat materials), in all climates during all seasons.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.3

Things we like:

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    Long lasting, versatile, easy to use and cleanup, looks good, complies with environmental regulations, thin with water.
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    No copper. Instead, it uses ECONEA, a pharmaceutical compound that works great against hard growth like barnacles and zebra mussels.
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    Uses zinc biocide to fight soft growth instead of copper.

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe high-tech Econea compound will prevent more sailors from using this, even though it's effective and good for the environment

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Pettit Hydrocoat Eco

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Related Reviews

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.3

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    Long lasting, versatile, easy to use and cleanup, looks good, complies with environmental regulations, thin with water.
  • check-mark
    No copper. Instead, it uses ECONEA, a pharmaceutical compound that works great against hard growth like barnacles and zebra mussels.
  • check-mark
    Uses zinc biocide to fight soft growth instead of copper.

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe high-tech Econea compound will prevent more sailors from using this, even though it's effective and good for the environment

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