I decided to take the plunge and paint the interior of my boat. The old factory finish had seen it's better days and painting was my only option. I decided on using Sherwin & Williams "Tile Clad". This is an epoxy paint that cleans up with water, it is also used a lot by the shrimp boats. I have not read anything on this site as regards a review of this type of paint so I thought I would provide my observations. 1) The cost for the two part system was $84. This was enough to do three coats for a 15 mill (dry) thickness and still have enough for a second boat. I only used half of the one gal+quart mix. 2) The pain comes in a lot of colors and can be mixed to match a lot more. I chose S&W "Tradewind" which was a light blue/gray. This made a nice contrast to the white gel coat of the exterior and does not show dirt as easily. 3) The one thing that was of particular note is when mixing the components you have to wait 30 min before applying. This has a pot life of 3 1/2 hours after mixing so there is no rush like the oil based finishes that I have used in the past. 4) The paint was applied with a brush and roller and even with the brush there was no brush marks when the paint dried. 5) I opted for a slight sand finish on the final coat. 6) As a final touch I painted the aluminum rub rail with a rubberized paint after priming with an aluminum primer.