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Re: Hull cleaning

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Diggin' the lanyard on the screwdriver. Thanks for these vids and thanks for always having good advice to offer
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Do you use a hookah or tanks??

I do this in a bathing suit, with a snorkle, and no fins or gloves...
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Re: Hull cleaning

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Do you use a hookah or tanks??

I do this in a bathing suit, with a snorkle, and no fins or gloves...
110-volt electric hookah.



Cannot recommend doing in-water hull cleaning without (at the very least) wearing a hood.

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Re: Hull cleaning

I wish I had half the viz as seen in the video when working on my boat's haul in the Chesapeake....
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