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post #6 of Old 10-28-2007
the1much
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you definitely have to strip EVERYTHING. not much sense in just fixing the bad spots,,then after its all painted next year more will happen. sounds like the fools didnt lay up anything for a couple of days after they shot the gel.having it re-gelcoated is so labor intensive,,after you shoot it you spend weeks wet sanding and buffing. the cheapest way is just to re-shoot with paint. i reccomend awl-grip,, but im an awl-grip freak heh...unless of course i was paying for it,,then krylon spray can goods nuff hehe

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