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Need To Find The Right Paint For Your Boat? Now There is an App for That.

Boating Paint

The Interlux® Boat Paint Guide has gone digital with the launch of a free app for Apple® IOS and Android smartphones and tablets, designed to make it easy to access Interlux product information and select the correct Interlux paint system.

The new Boat Paint Guide App features:
• A Quick Reference Guide for detailed Interlux products information.
• Interlux products health & safety information.
• A store locator to find your nearest Interlux dealer by address, or your location.
• A paint calculator to estimate how much Interlux paint you will need for your boat.

Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/boat-paint-guide/id787504739?mt=8) to download the Boat Paint Guide app on the Apple® App Store.
Click here (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.interlux.boatpaintguide) to get the Boat Paint Guide app on Google Play.

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