Rub Rail Paint

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We are considering selling our 22S Saltwater Series. O e of the things I want to do before we offer it up is fix up a few cosmetic things. One of the rougher things is the rub rail around the boat. It is pretty rough looking and scratched up. Any suggestions for a paint to use to repaint it?

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That isnt the rub rail ,and its usually not painted . What about removing the paint and going back to the original look ?
 
That isnt the rub rail ,and its usually not painted . What about removing the paint and going back to the original look ?
I wasn't sure of the correct term for it... I didn't think it was originally painted but wasn't sure. I thought about removing the paint. Just not sure how big a job that would be.
 
Is it peeling ? Do you have a power washer, or sand blaster that may remove it .
 
Here is a pic of a Rub Rail .


2275-GCW_RubRail-CU_8963_Bennington_pontoon_boats.jpg
 
Here is a pic of a Rub Rail .


2275-GCW_RubRail-CU_8963_Bennington_pontoon_boats.jpg

Just for comparison, the "Heavy Duty" Rub Rail with a Black insert upgrade (blackout package not required), vs the Heavy Duty standard (AKA Silver) above. Vs the "Standard" "Rub Rail" which is just the edging - confusing that they call this a rub rail as a new buyer. Vs the Stainless Steel Rub Rail upgrade on the Blackout Package. A bit off topic, but these variances / options are often not fully explained.
 

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The lower cost rub rail on S models are rubber inserts
 
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