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  1. I'm repairing the bottom of an older fiberglass kayak. i've added some additional layers of cloth in resin and sanded. I'd like to paint the entire bottom white. Since this isn't a boat that sits in the water long, i imagine an anti-fouling paint is not required. what paint would you recommend given i'd like it user friendly and glossy? (and do i need a primer?) Thank you, bill.