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post #19 of Old 09-11-2012
oysterman23
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Originally Posted by Barquito:919615
Assuming you do need to repaint your deck, know that it will be a lot of work. Keep reading and asking questions. You will gradually pick up skills you need to take care of your boat. Regarding doing a big job on your boat: If possible, have your boat as near to where you live as possible, and have some protection from the elements (indoor storage would be ideal). I have painted the deck of both the boats I have owned, and tho physically improbable, it both sucked and blowed at the same time. But, looks good now.
Hey Cirque....I will be doing same soon and "sucked and blwd at same got me in stiches and cramps don't ya know! THANKS it willimprove morale throughout the job!!
Chris

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