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Spraying Primer on 1970 Columbia 34

Well we painted the primer over this weekend and it went really well overall only had one run on the port side that will need to be sanded out. First coat on the decks was light gray, 2nd White, then on the topsides first coat light gray, 2nd coat gray. Took about 45min to get all the way around the boat so the timing will be perfect for the topcoats. Here are some pictures.

Prep Work


Deck Gray


Deck White


Top Side Light Gray


Topside Dark Gray




Ready For Topcoat


One question I had a few pin holes show up on the deck from the epoxy and was wondering are there any fillers/bondo out there that can be used after the primer and then directly topcoated over?

Scott
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