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Was the bikini made of Tyvek? Because you'd want a pretty smooth finish with Tyvek.
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I heard you got a better finish when using a roller if a second person followed behind to tit off. Is that true?

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I, for one, think it's rude to start a thread with a title such as "Super Shipbottom Bikini Girl" that doesn't actually contain a picture of said "Bikini Girl." False advertising, that is, in my book.

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It probably did originally...but she got moderated out.

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I'm not lucky at all....

When my boat gets painted I get two ugly black Brasilian men, a TommyT American old fart, and a crazy Ucranian that works for me when the boat is on the dry, and connects all my crapper hoses wrong....

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I'd have to agree with Fstbttms. Applying anti-fouling bottom paint while dressed in a bikini is rather unwise and not very good for one's health,
True. That's why we make a point of getting drunk and doing it naked
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And you would know that... how?

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And you would know that... how?

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If I am going to engage in any type of hazardous activity, I prefer to have a bikini clad woman in view. If I am to perish during the activity it is nice to be able to see what I lived for. (g)

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I'd have to agree with Fstbttms. Applying anti-fouling bottom paint while dressed in a bikini is rather unwise and not very good for one's health, regardless of how good it is for advertising. Most people I know who are painting the bottom of their boats are wearing long sleeves and pants and minimizing skin exposure to the bottom paint.

Also, having worked with the paint industry for many years, I have to question how good the adhesion of this paint really is if there is little or no bottom surface preparation per their recommendation. This is particularly the case if applied over a soft ablative coating.

I'm also curious why Shipbottom rated so well in Practical Sailor tests for four years, 1996-1999, but hasn't been mentioned at all in the past eight years. Hmm...
I must agree If I saw Sailingdog painting my bottom while he was wearing a bikini it could/would be bad for my health then again

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