PropOne Propeller Antifoul


250mL kit, 500mL kit or 1L kit – super slick, non-toxic propeller antifoul suitable for bronze, stainless steel and aluminium alloys.


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Save time and money with PropOne

PropOne is a non-toxic foul release coating which prevents sea life adhering to propellers and underwater running gear. It is used on thousands of boats worldwide every year, with a proven track record of over 8 years. Non-stick, super slick coating that lasts 1-2 years in water! It works, it’s the one.

250mL kit (popular with DIY users) 500mL kit (great for twin shaft boats) 1L kit (ideal for professional applicators)
  • 1 x 120mL Primer Coat
  • 1 x 30mL Primer Activator
  • 1 x 100mL Clear Coat
  • 1 stirring stick
  • 2 x 120mL Primer Coat
  • 2 x 30mL Primer Activator
  • 1 x 200mL Clear Coat
  • 2 stirring sticks
  • 2 x 240mL Primer Coat
  • 2 x 60mL Primer Activator
  • 1 x 400mL Clear Coat
  • 2 stirring sticks
Estimated Coverage Guide:
Propeller Size and Number of Blades
18″- 24″ 24″- 36″ 36″- 48″
Three or four blades Four or five blades Five blades
Running gear components to be painted One propeller 250mL Kit 500mL Kit 500mL Kit
Two propellers 250mL Kit 500mL Kit 1 Litre Kit
Two propellers, two rudders
two propeller shaft struts
500mL Kit 500mL Kit 1 Litre Kit
Two propellers, two rudders, two propeller shaft struts & two trim tabs 500mL Kit 1 Litre Kit 1 Litre Kit


Kit area coverage 1 Litre Kit: 3.8m2 (41ft2) PropOne Primer Coat: 6.3m2 (68ft2per litre when applying 2 coats
500 mL Kit: 1.9m2 (20ft2)
250mL Kit: 0.95m2 (10ft2) PropOne Clear Coat: 9.5m2 (102ft2per litre

PropOne is easy to apply and available for anyone to purchase, from boat owners wanting to apply it themselves to experienced marine paint applicators.

However, it is very important to understand and follow the application process to ensure you get the best out of your PropOne kit.

PropOne Brief Application Guide

PropOne Technical Data Sheet