Yesterday I was down at the new old boat doing some work while my 6 year old son explored the boat and dock. Everything was going great when suddenly I heard a scream form down below. He had brushed his hand against the window frame and one of the bolt ends had been hacksawed off and not filed smooth. It was a minor cut, but freaked both of us out at first. He had made cookies with his mother earlier that day and had red food coloring all over both hands.
Anyway, the new 'top of list' project is finding and removing all the sharp edges on my boat. any tips? I'm guessing running my hands over all the possible places these could occur with a set of gloves is in order. As a more or less experienced adult I can pretty much avoid most possibilities myself, but now I'm paranoid about guests.