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|04-12-2008 10:54 PM|
Originally Posted by artbyjody View Post
I all honesty that photo was cropped to hide some of my tools and crap stuffed on the settees...
|04-12-2008 10:48 PM|
|trantor12020||I actually did clean up my bilge last weekend using diluted chlorox and brush. Was pretty happy and impressed with results as stains get bleach and I can see the bottom of the white bilge until I see what Halek did for his bilge ......"my ballon deflated"|
|04-12-2008 10:28 PM|
Originally Posted by trantor12020 View Post
|04-12-2008 09:46 PM|
|wchevron||i have to say i'm jealous. i got just back from a day of cleaning the bilge and it doesn't look half as good as yours, and that's with a fresh coat of paint on it.|
|04-12-2008 09:31 PM|
|trantor12020||Halek, you just raise the bar on bilge that everyone finds hard to follow. Looks like a brand new boat to me.|
|04-12-2008 07:04 PM|
Originally Posted by halekai36 View Post
|04-12-2008 03:39 PM|
Originally Posted by Stillraining View Post
Aw c'mon here in Maine we have a full six months to work on our boats! How do you think all those beautiful Hinckley's & Morris's got so shiny and fresh.. I rarely do major cleaning or work during the sailing season and do 90% of it in the off season..
|04-12-2008 03:29 PM|
|Stillraining||And you all thought I was kidding when I said I wouldn't sail with him...|
|04-12-2008 02:43 PM|
|proflyer||I thought the bilge on my CS36 was spotless until I saw that--- ah well back to the cleaning|
|04-12-2008 02:34 PM|
That is one SHALLOW bilge. Now I understand why you like to keep it bone dry!
Looks good, though, and thanks for the cleaning tips -- ours could use some attention.
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