I would have to say it is very satisfying. I get much relief from the day's stress from just hanging out under the boat.
Thanks again for all the input.
11-08-2006 03:14 PM
Sailing Dog, I checked out CopperCoat on their web site and was quickly answered as to the cost of painting my 37 foot. They quoted about a thousand dollars for the paint and $440 for delivery of this "hazardous" material. Let us all know what your experiences are with this product. Thanks
11-08-2006 02:40 PM
Sonny, those are looking pretty good. SD has it right, the beveled area should center around the blister as much as possible. Looks like you are well on your way.
It's really kinda fun isn't it? I am finding much satisfaction/accomplishment from the entire project.
11-07-2006 07:40 PM
Thanks, now I know that I'm doing it some what right. I'll fix the other one and make sure the rest are done right as will.
Again I can't thank you enough for all the help.
11-07-2006 04:56 PM
Much better. Looks much more evenly beveled.
11-07-2006 11:52 AM
Yet another one
Here is another is this more of what it should look like?
Again I would like to thank everyone for all the help and info on this project.
11-07-2006 10:34 AM
Yes, more to the left and up... It appears that most of the grinding and beveling has been done to the right. Ideally, the beveled area should center around the original blister as much as possible.
11-07-2006 10:08 AM
I'm posting these again because for some reason that went away in an early post.
11-06-2006 09:33 PM
do you thank that it needs to go more left. I have been tapping the outer part of the blister to see were the blister ends and the good laminate starts back up. The blister sounds hollow and the laminate sounds solid.
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