Products and Pricing

#1 Product Description / #2 Product Prices

#1 Product Description

Wetlander boat coatings come in 2-Layer or 3-Layer kits, depending on square footage. The layers consist of Wetlander Primers and Topcoat. Each layer consists of,…

Wetlander Primer- (Layer-1) – Our patented Wearlon-based Primer provides excellent adhesion and durability.

Wetlander Primer- (Layer-2)  – Our patented Wearlon-based Primer provides excellent adhesion, slickness, and durability.

Wetlander Topcoat- (Layer-3) – Our patented Wearlon infused Topcoat for astonishing slickness and durability.

Note:  The Wetlander system is a Primer, followed by a Topcoat. The Primer(s) + Topcoat system is necessary even if you already have a pre-existing primer already on your boat.

Note – Purchasing the Topcoat alone is meant only for touch-ups, when needed, down the road.

Extended Product Line:

Wetlander Touch-Up Topcoat – A quart, half-gallon, or gallon of Wetlander Topcoat for touching-up or refreshing your previously applied Wetlander.

Wetlander Floor Coat – A tough and textured coating for better grip on the floor of a boat. Also helps secure rivets and seams from leaks.

Wearlon Topside Paint – Durable, non-chipping coat for the topside of boat. Many color options.

The Best Boat Sealant – After extended testing, we provide our ‘go-to’ boat sealant to keep breaches sealed and secure.

Application Kit – Best application tools for applying Wetlander. Everything you need.

#2 Product Prices


For Boats 40-50 square feet

2-Layer kit in Quarts – $169

(One Quart of Primer + One Quart of Topcoat = 2 Quarts Total)

A 2-Layer kit in quarts is our most popular kit for boats under 12 feet long such as rowboats, kayaks, canoes, gheenoes, small airboats, small jet boats, small jon boats, jet skis and prams.


For Boats 50-75 square feet

Image of Wetlander 3L kit in Quarts

3-Layer Kit in Quarts – $249

(1 Quart Industrial Primer + 1 Quart Wetlander Primer + 1 Quart Wetlander Topcoat = (3) Quarts total.)

A 3-Layer kit in quarts is best for boats between 50-75 square feet such as larger rowboats, kayaks, canoes, most gheenoes, small airboats, small jet boats, small jon boats, and prams.


 For Boats 75-100 square feet

Image of Wetlander 2L Kit in half gallons

2-Layer Kit in Half-Gallons – $249

(1/2 gallon of Primer + 1/2 gallon of Topcoat = 1 gallon total)

A 2-Layer kit in half-gallons is our most popular kit. It is perfect for boats between 16 and 20 feet long such as: most drift boats, jon boats, jet sleds, bass boats, mid-sized airboats, and other boats that are under 100 square feet.


For Boats 100-150 square feet

Image of Wetlander 3L kit in half gallon containers

3-Layer Kit in Half-Gallons – $368

(1/2 Gal. Industrial Primer + 1/2 Gal. Wetlander Primer + 1/2 Gal. 249Wetlander Topcoat = (3) half gallons total)

A 3-Layer kit in half-gallons is best for most boats between 100-150 square feet such as bigger jon boats, jet sleds, bass boats, airboats and pontoons.


For Boats 150-200 square feet

Wetlander 2L kit, gallons

2-Layer Kit in Gallons-$474

(1 Gallon of Primer + 1 Gallon of Topcoat = 2 gallons total)

*Discount price of $237 per gallon

A 2-Layer kit in gallons is our most popular kit for larger boats 20 feet and longer, or more than one boat where square footage does not exceed 200 sq. ft.


For Boats 200-300 square feet

3-Layer Kit in Gallons – $688

(1 Gal. Industrial Primer + 1 Gal. Wetlander Primer + 1 Gal. Wetlander Topcoat = 3 Gallons total)

A 3-Layer kit in Gallons is best for large boats between 200-300 square feet, or more than one boat, where total square footage does not exceed 300 sq. ft.


For Multiple Boats 300-400 square feet

Picture of a Wetlander 2-Layer Kit in 2 Gallon Pails

2-Layer Kit in 2-Gallon Pails-$949

(2-Gallon Pail of Primer + 2-Gallon of Topcoat = 4 gallons total)

A 2-Layer Kit in 2 gallon pails is great for multiple boats with a total square footage 300-400 square feet.

For Multiple Boats 800-950 square feet

Picture of a Wetlander 2-Layer Kit in 5 Gallon Pails

2-Layer Kit in 5-Gallons Pails- $2,268

(5-Gallon Pail of Primer + 5-Gallon Pail of Topcoat = 10 gallons total)

*A discount price of $226.80 per gallon

For larger scale industrial jobs, boat manufacturers, and professional applicators, or for more than one boat where the overall square footage does not exceed 950 sq. ft.

Call Scott Hogan @ (518) 469-3612 for more information and specific application instructions.

Wearlon Floor Coat

Touch-Up Kits

A Quart of Wetlander Topcoat- $88

A quart of Wetlander Topcoat is great for touch-ups on boats under 12 feet long such as rowboats, kayaks, canoes, most gheenoes, small airboats, small jet boats, small jon boats, and prams.

One Quart alone is best for covering approximately 40 square feet and is the smallest container for touchups.


Half-Gallon of Wetlander Topcoat – $128

A Half -Gallon of Wetlander Topcoat is great for touching up boats under 100 square feet, or between 12 and 19 feet long. For example, all drift boats, most jon boats, most jet sleds, most bass boats, some deep water fishing boats, and other boats that are under 100 square feet.

A Half-Gallon of Topcoat alone is best for covering approximately 80 square feet.


Wetlander topcoat, one gallon

Gallon Wetlander Topcoat – $239

A Gallon of Wetlander Topcoat is great for touching up boats under 200 square feet, or 19 feet long and longer. Larger boats (over 200 square feet), will require multiple gallons. Gallons are best for bigger jon boats, large jet sleds, large bass boats, deep water fishing boats, and pontoons.

One Gallon of Topcoat alone is best for covering 160 square feet.



Image of Wearlon Floor Coat container with it's catalyst.

Wearlon Floor Coat

Half Gallon $98 or Gallon $188

Our Wearlon® Floor Coat has the same great strong adhesion and extreme flexibility as Wetlander Slick Bottom, but without the slipperiness, making it perfect for coating the floor of  your aluminum boat.  The Floor Coat contains a special skid-resistant fine grit (it’s actually ground up billiard balls!) to provide a textured surface to keep you on your feet.  Wearlon® Floor Coat is applied by roller and gets great adhesion to aluminum, gel coat and fiberglass resin.

The Best Boat Sealant

Picture of a half gallon of Wearlon Topside Paint

Wearlon Topside Paint

Half Gallon $98 or Gallon $188

Wearlon Topside Paint has the same great adhesion and flexibility that Wetlander is known for, making it perfect for sidewalls, vertical surfaces, and the other above-the-waterline needs of your aluminum or fiberglass/gelcoated boat.  Wearlon Topside Paint is much easier to clean than either bare aluminum or gelcoat, and protects against corrosion and pitting. 

Our Topside paint comes in all the same colors as the Wetlander Slick Bottom coating, so you can match your color scheme.   

No primer necessary; just roll or spray it on.  We recommend application by spray for a smoother and more professional finish.  Make sure you get enough to apply at least two complete coats. 

A half-gallon will cover approximately 85 square feet, and a Gallon will cover approximately 170 square feet.


The Best Boat Sealant-$12.99

Use GOOP marine sealant to create a waterproof seal on your boat that will protect against seam breaches and loosening rivets. Often times certain sealants are not compatible with certain paints and coatings in terms of adhesion, creating breaches ripe for chipping off. All of our Wearlon coatings have excellent adhesion to GOOP marine sealant. By GOOPing the rivets and seams and then overcoating with our Floor Coat, Topside Paint, Wetlander or Speedcoat-49, you can expect long-lasting protection against leaky, weeping rivets.

Wearlon Topside Paint

Application Kit

Picture of Wetlander application kit containing two roller covers, one roller handle, 4 plastic gloves and one roll of painters tape

Application Kit-$24.50

These are the best products we have found for applying Wetlander by roller.  We have included a roller handle, (2) 4.5″ rollers with 3/8″ thick nap, a 60 yard roll of 1″ wide easy release blue painters tape, 2 sheets of 150 grit sandpaper, 2 sheets of 220 grit sandpaper, and a (2) pairs of XL latex gloves.  These are the same products we use here in our own facility.  They work.

74 Comments on “Products and Pricing

  1. Do you have dealers in Quebec Canada ?
    Could I apply for dealership ?
    Ever tought of applying on skis, snowboards, Sea doos etc ?

    • Hi Pierre,

      Call me at (518) 469-3612 to discuss CA dealership possibilities. Yes, we have put Wetlander on skis, snowboards and small personal watercraft before.


  2. How much do need for a airboat hull (fiberglass) 8ft wide 13 ft long …one quart or a couple?

  3. Does it smell strong?…like a typical epoxy odor?
    Or more like a regular latex house paint?

    • Matt,

      In terms of smell, Wetlander is not nearly as strong as a “regular” epoxy, but a little stronger than latex house paint. If you are rolling, you might not even notice a smell. If you decide to spray it, I would recommend wearing a respirator.


  4. Is there a benefit to rolling over spraying or vice versa? (last longer, thicker coat, etc.)

    • Dan,

      Spraying tends to leave a smoother surface and you can apply a thicker coat at one time. Rolling is much faster and has easier cleanup. The choice to roll or spray comes down to your equipment and skill set.
      I always roll surfaces lager than 2×2 (ft) because it is just easier.


  5. How much do I need for a srandard 16 ft drift boat ? Most likely spray on and how much prep would I need to do before application

    • Pay,

      For any and all drift boats, I recommend a 2-Layer Kit in Half Gallon containers.

      Prep is: sand the aluminum with 150 grit sandpaper, wipe with acetone, apply masking tape, then apply your Wetlander. It’s easy. The prep is 90% of the work.


    • David,
      As long as you use a gun that can reliably shoot a standard latex house paint, you should not have to thin down. Most people who spray Wetlander on a daily basis like a 3.0 tip.


  6. have you had anyone use this on a sailboat hull? how long could this last in saltwater sitting when applied properly?

    • Joshua,

      Wetlander is more for the shallow water boaters. A better coating for sailboats is our Speedcoat-49 coating. It is very non-stick and is our best drag reducing coating. It will last for many years in saltwater with no problem. The coating is only depleted through abrasion over time. Most sailboats do not experience much abrasion. If possible, call me at 518-469-3612 and we can go over some options.


  7. Does wetlander seal rivets on an aluminum jon boat and how much would I need for 12ftx32inches boat?

    • Ryan,

      Get ready for my “cut-n-paste” stock answer: “Yes, Wetlander will help stop the water from weeping through small rivet pops and small welding/seam gaps. HOWEVER, stopping leaks is not what Wetlander is designed to do, nor would I ever recommend it as a leak stopping product.
      My advice is do it once and do it right: Weld those holes shut, or, use a marine grade sealant/adhesive that works well with aluminum (5200 by 3M is one) and plug up the holes. THEN coat it with Wetlander and you should have no problems with slow leaks.”

      A 12 x 3 boat can easily get away with either a 2-Layer or 3-Layer kit in quarts.


  8. I’m having a jet tunnel cut into my 13′ aluminum jet fishing boat. I’ve desided to use Your product with hopes it can handle the abuse. I have 56 sq ft but want as much protection as possible. I’m figuring 3 layers. Does that sounded right to you?

    • Dennis,

      Carbon dust…? I imagine that is to reinforce the resin and add some durability? I don’t think you will have any trouble with adhesion. Just prep the carbon epoxy resin like you would regular fiberglass resin; sand it with 100-150 grit sandpaper, then wipe with acetone. I don’t expect you’ll have any problems.


  9. I plan to use your product on my Wooldridge. My gestimation is I will need 144 Sq. Ft.covered. I already have a few friends interested in the result. I own a canvas boat top shop. Am interested in carrying your product. I am based in Whitehorse Yukon and serve the Yukon, Northwest Territories and parts of Alaska.

  10. How much will i need to cover just the bottom of a canoe ..18ft ..3ft wide in middle as it narrows to each ends….get the pic …will this coating perform ..with less drag….

    • Forgot to mention ..the Roll & tip method……can it be painted that get a smooth finish ..besides Roller paintin it….

      • Don’t try to roll and tip; brushing Wetlander never looks good. Either use a godd 5/8 inch roller, or if you want the smoothest coat possible, spray it on.


    • Jamie,

      We don’t have anyone in AK with Wetlander on their shelves. We ship directly to our customers. You can order by visiting our online store, or you can call me directly at 518-469-3612.


    • Hello Scott
      I built a new wooden drift boat.
      The bottom is a 3/4 ” polypropylene honeycomb panel with 5 layers of built up epoxy resin with two layers of epoxy resin with carbon dust.
      Will this product stick to carbonepoxy?

      • Hi Dennis,

        Yes, Wetlander will stick to carbon epoxy. Just treat it like gelcoat; sand it with 150 grit sandpaper, wipe with acetone, then apply your Wetlander.


  11. I have a river jet boat does about 35 mph have ran into a few rocks over the time I had it. Question is would it better to put more than one coat one for harder impacts?

    • Same question. I have a 2372 Predator inboard river jet that takes a ton of abuse! It hits gravel, sand, and plows over fallen timber regularly! If I were to do the 3 layer and then multi coat the topcoat would it increase durability?

      • Nathan,

        A 2372 Predator would need our gallon-sized containers, since it is well over the 100 square foot mark (gallon kits cover up to 200 sq. ft., and half gallon kits cover up to 100 sq. ft.). Since that boat is essentially 140 square feet, you would have plenty of leftover coating to apply multiple coats of both the primer and topcoat, which is ideal. More thickness = more durability over time.


    • Corey,

      It’s always better to have a bit of thickness when coating a boat that may impact rocks, floating trees, gravel, etc. That way, there is more material to work through over time. Most jet boats under 16 ft and under can get away with our half gallon kits, which cover up to 100 square feet. If your total coverage is over 100 square feet, you need to move up to our gallon sized kits, which cover up to 200 square feet. With whatever kit you get, put it all on your boat… It may be 2 coats or 4, just get it all on there.


  12. I have a 14′ x 5′ aluminum jon boat that i had sand blasted.. Had do some patching on some holes but it now has an etched finish do the sand blasting… How much material would I need to coat the bottom and would I have a problem with my etched finish ? Or will still finish smooth ?

    • Bobby,

      Sand blasting is a great surface to get adhesion to. You should be just fine with applying a Wetlander kit over that surface. As long as you get a minimum of 2 coats on there, there should be no problem.


  13. What one do I need to cover the bottom of a 16’6 x48 Duck boat. And what one would be the best one to use.

    • Rodney,

      Either a 2-Layer kit in half gallon containers, or a 3-Layer kit in half gallon containers. It all depends on you level of abrasion. A 3-Layer kit should last longer.


  14. How much topcoat do I need for a drift boat 16’ Long by 4’ Wide? It’s a 86 alumaweld drift boat

    • Roger,
      For drift boats, I always recommend a 2-Layer kit in half gallon containers. Always.


      • Ok what’s the least amount I could get away with on a 16 foot by 4 foot drift boat. Could I buy the one for 45 square feet?

    • Roger,

      For drift boats, I always recommend a 2-Layer kit in half gallon containers. Always.


  15. Will i have a problem affixing Hull numbers if i choose to coat the entire hull?

    • Matthew,

      Yes, you will have a problem getting the stickers to stick on a Wetlander-coated surface (even on the primer)… so, mask the area off BEFORE applying your Wetlander and you will be fine.


    • Brian,

      Sorry, we only accept major credit cards. I you are concerned about entering your credit card onto a website, just call me directly at (518) 469-3612, and I will take of everything manually.


  16. Im looking at doing the bottom of my smaller airboat for use on the Ice on the lakes in Ontario, Canada what would you suggest for running on snow, slush, and hard ice

  17. I have wetlander on my boat now thinking about putting another coat on this summer can i just put top coat or will I have to put primer and top coat

    • John,

      Once you have started with a good base of either a 2-Layer kit or a 3-Layer kit, you can touch up with just straight topcoat. So, don’t worry about the primer once you have an existing layer of Wetlander.


  18. Apply this to your boat make it run a little squirrelly and will a 2 quart do just the bottom of a 14ft x 39” wide boat

    • Glen,

      Yes, they can be sprayed or rolled on. Wetlander typically sprays best with a 3.0 tip. Any apparatus that can reliably shoot a latex house paint should have no problem shooting Wetlander.


  19. I plan on using this product on my 22ft silver dolphin. I live in northern Canada, the ocean freezes every winter. will I need to worry about this while my boat is parked over the winter with -30 celcius weather?

    • Dolphin,

      Once the Wetlander is cured, there is no need to worry about extreme cold. It’ll be fine.


  20. Hey what would I need for a 16 ft leaky lowe riveted aluminum flat bottom I fish the rivers in the great Pacific northwest

    • Aarom,

      For the average 16 ft aluminum boat, I would usually recommend a 2-Layer kit in half gallon containers. Now, regarding the leakiness of your Lowe: If you have leaky rivets, please don’t expect Wetlander to seal them up for an extended period of time. Replace the rivets, weld them shut, or apply a good marine-grade caulk like 5200 by 3M. THEN you can apply your Wetlander kit to get things water tight.


  21. Based on reading prior responses I’m thinking half gallon 2 coat for my fiberglass drift boat? Can you continue to apply the primer coat until it is all used up? Same for final coat?

    • Ken,

      Yes on all three questions: 2-Layer kits in half gallons are ideal for driftboats, apply ALL the Primer, and ALL the Topcoat.


      • So, if you buy the 2 layer and do multiple coats of primer and topcoat what’s the advantages of the 3 layer as opposed to the 2 layer, besides another layer of coating?

      • Wes,
        The main advantage is that that extra layer of coating is very tough. It gives you 33% more thickness to work through as you grind your boat through gnarly, dry river beds.


  22. i have a 16×54 driftboat should i do a 2 layer or a 3 layer wetlander. Bear

    • For driftboats, I like 2-Layer kits in half gallons.


  23. I put the speed coat 49 on my tri-toon and I love it, worked perfect, everybody now wants it at the marina, no poontoon cleaning yea! No grass build up nice.
    On my duck boat I used slick coat and love it, but some did not stick at the center bottom of boat 🙁 need to re-do. Duckmandan, lake St. Clair, MI

  24. This product is AMAZING!! I used it on a Alumacraft tunnel hull. About to order some for my canoe.

  25. I have a 16′ fiberglass kayak that goes over rocks and sand often. I’m mostly looking for toughness like that of truck liner but with the slick factor. Should the 2 layer kit be ok, and much?

    • A 2-Layer kit would be good, but a 3-Layer kit would give you a longer lasting system, especially since you will be using the ‘yak in abrasive conditions (sand and rocks). Both 2L and 3L are easily touched up if you wear through them over the years. A canoe can get away with quart-sized kits.


  26. Will this product adhere to jb weld or filler covering pit holes in a jon boat

    • Kenny,

      Yes, but make sure you use the marine JB Weld. Once it has cured, just treat it like the rest of the aluminum during your prerp.


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