Antifouling



(of a coating, process, or the like) preventing the accumulation of barnacles, algae, etc., on underwater surfaces:
The makers now use an antifouling chemical on all marine hulls.
adjective
(of a paint or other coating) inhibiting the growth of barnacles and other marine organisms on a ship’s bottom
noun
an antifouling paint or other coating

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