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Deck paint

Looking for an estimate of how much paint to buy for the deck of my 27' boat. This would be the deck area minus all the non-skid in the normal places. Seems the only large areas are the house sides, and the cockpit well sides.

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Hey Barquito,
Its just a square foot issue. Can' you just measure the sections and buy accordingly? What kind of paint are you going to use?
John
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My Cal 28 takes 1 quart per coat/ wish it was warm enough here to paint ,mine needs it!...Dale
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My Cal 28 takes 1 quart per coat/ wish it was warm enough here to paint ,mine needs it!...Dale
I figure I will have to wait until May to do the actual painting here in Milwaukee. It actually gets pretty warm under the tarp. However, it is taking FOREVER to get the toe rail off. That is about what I was guessing for paint coverage. I'll do a little more detailed estimate for the non-skid.
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My toe rail is built in so no problem, I'm thinking of moving inside with boat as I want to push splash time ahead as season is so short. May 1 marina in Ontonagon opens!.Weather permiting,no point in waiting for Superior to warm-up HA!......Dale
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