Thanks Martha... Where did you get the stuff from??
You can buy plug caps to cover each of those holes or make up a trim piece in wood to match your interior wood - screw it in place, dabs of hot melt glue it in place, Velcro it in place, whatever, as long as it is fairly easily removeable.One recent member here on sailnet did a fairly large hardware upgrade on his boat and he went from this:
But to do so, his cabin ended up looking like he has a bad infestation of fiberglass termites:
Hi - I resurrected this thread because it appears to be about liners (using the Search Function, which worked well by the way), and I was looking to see if anyone had used Sintra. I didn't mean to stress anyone out.Ahhhhhh.....time for a classic Sailing dog post......sorry can not resist
you're pulling up a 4 yr old post because why? OP is probably not posting here, has answer yadda yadda. see my sticky to get the most of of sail.net yadda yadda......
by the way, SD got pissed at a few folks after 40somthing thousand posts and is not posting. in the mean time, hope you all enjoy your day, oh, yeah, carry on!
Thanks - I moved to this site because the other one was full of snide know-it-alls, lousy manners and general opinionated butts. It's great to have an opinion but there's seldom a reason to insult someone with yours.97,
Trust me, you did not stress me out, just had to have a little fun on the OP of the thread. The line I used was his favorite line to use when a 4 yr old thread was pulled up and a question or comment added to it. Then trust me on this, "HE WOULD BE STRESSED" over someone bringing up an old post! At times frankly, bringing up an old one is better than starting a new one. On the other hand, the other way also applies.....
I'm personally not sure what Sintra is. When I redid my head/hull liner area's I used foam and vinyl as it originally had, but seperate vs already together. Flat area's used thin plywood or where their was deck gear hardware to get at stuff, so it was easier to remove and get at the nuts/bolts etc.