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11-16-2007 01:13 PM
sailingdog LOL.. Yup.. I am... Rolling and tipping gives pretty good results... but 95% of the real work is the prep. IMHO, if you don't do a good job prepping the hull... don't bother painting it...
11-16-2007 11:16 AM
SuzySailor And you're probably going to REALLY feel that way if you find out that what we're thinking of painting is the hull.
11-16-2007 10:07 AM
sailingdog IMHO, if your going to be painting the cabintop and deck, you'd be much better off using a two-part LPU paint like Awlcraft. It will last a good deal longer and look better than the one part paints like Easypoxy, if the surface is properly prepped.
11-16-2007 10:03 AM
Pettit Easypoxy Sandtone

Hey all-- a very specific question here. Has anyone painted their boat in Easypoxy Sandtone, and if so, do you have a photo you could share? I find it a little difficult to translate from sample to boat.... we're looking for kind of a light khaki color.... Thanks! PS We're on the way to the boat right now, so I won't be able to respond for a day or so.... which may be good--

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