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04-02-2013 06:19 PM
Re: Seafevers topside paint

I updated and bumped the beam thread take a look and ask questions on it so the the knowable about the job stays public
04-02-2013 11:01 AM
Re: Seafevers topside paint

Tommays- You are doing a nice job and kno it is satisfying.

i am looking at a couple 2-29's with the beam rot and would like to chat directly since I read where fixed this yourself?

If you can call 804-239-4167 to talk.
Thanks-Rob Waltenbaugh, Richmond VA
09-26-2010 01:28 PM
Faster Looking good, Tommays..The prep work pays, as you know... also keep in mind that when you're done and you know it's not 'professional perfect', you'll likely be the only one to notice.

Stand back 20 feet, enjoy the big picture and the private thought that by doing it yourself you've saved possibly 10s of $K.
09-26-2010 01:01 PM
Seafevers topside paint

I have to say nothing takes more time and money than paint

Primer down with a few problem areas to solve before the finish coat its fairly amazing to see a 29' hull eat 2 gallons of primer (mixed ) as a gallon kit of 545 epoxy makes two gallons of primer

So its a good thing i get it 40% off list

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