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Old 02-19-2004, 11:43 AM
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And the one I sandblasted was nasty! We started to scrape and sand, there ain't no way that was happening!
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And the one I sandblasted was nasty! We started to scrape and sand, there ain't no way that was happening!
What do you mean "WE", I only see Debbie!!!!!!
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What do you mean "WE", I only see Debbie!!!!!!
I'm obviously in charge of documenting the process!
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Old 02-19-2004, 11:55 AM
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What do you mean "WE", I only see Debbie!!!!!!
I don't think Debbie was even home when I did the sandblasting route. It only took me a couple hours or less.

Note all the sand on the ground.
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Mine is gettin there, got the transom done, of course I am cheap, so I am takin the scrapin, and sanding route, My labor is cheap!!!
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Mine is gettin there, got the transom done, of course I am cheap, so I am takin the scrapin, and sanding route, My labor is cheap!!!
I don't think I spent $100 between renting the powerwasher, the sand attachment and the sand itself. Believe me, it's worth it. You will have it done in two hours.
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try west marine stores. they have a product to remove bottom paint. it's called peel away bottom paint stripper. looking at the catalog it says to apply and let it work for 2-24 hrs.no fumes , 1 gallon costs 60 $ and treats 50 square ft. on page 338 of the 04 catolog.
I've started using the peel away with somewhat success. If there is a quicker way out there someone chime in please. I'm all in favor of not having to do this myself
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I've started using the peel away with somewhat success. If there is a quicker way out there someone chime in please. I'm all in favor of not having to do this myself
Look above.
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