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Nice work. The environment is key with any large scale painting project to get the best finish(assuming prepped properly). Doing this inside in a controlled environment makes this project a little easier. We did our spars in the basement a few years ago and had no worries about dew point or dust.

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Looks nice. What paint and primer did you use? How many coats of each, and how much paint did you go through? I am just starting the work on J24 #440 now, and ordered Interlux Perfection in Rochelle Red.
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Looks good

The paint goes a LONG way in roll and tip as when i did the Cal 29 hull with the paint mixed 2:1:1

24 oz paint
12 oz conveter
12 oz thinner

It would do one coat on the 29' hull

Depending on your starting point and how far you want to take the fairing of the hull the epoxy primer will be used in far greater amount
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Looks really good. I'm impressed.
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It's hard to get right, but when you do it's pretty sweet:










When done right, it's like a mirror though... Learning to do this took us three months and three tries. Perfection is a harsh mistress.
Very nicely done. Have you considered moving the table closer to the area you're painting?
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Looks good CnC.
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Very nice job. Looks great!
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Impressive shine.
Nice technique too!
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Looking pretty slick, slick!
Your boat's hull shape is similar to my old Tartan 27 except that we have a center board with the trunk tucked into the keel.
Which barrier coat treatment are you using?
IIRC, your boat is an S&S 30'? Would you consider putting your boat info on your profile so I don't have to guess? Please.
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