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Old 03-07-2004, 08:25 AM
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looks real good, now on that fiberglass repair, you could have your dad make up some trim wood pieces as well, on the 3 sides of the counter, slightly raised to hold things from sliding off. To me that would be easier, I hate doing fiberglass repairs, actually I suck at them
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Nice !
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Very Nice !! My cabin wood needs help also.....someday!
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I'm replacing the older countertop which is basically formica with a teal vinyl edging with a "Corian" top.

Other than that, and the addition of a fan, my cabin, even though it's an 89', is in excellent shape.
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looks real good, now on that fiberglass repair, you could have your dad make up some trim wood pieces as well, on the 3 sides of the counter, slightly raised to hold things from sliding off. To me that would be easier, I hate doing fiberglass repairs, actually I suck at them
Great Idea Jeff!!!
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my cabin, even though it's an 89', is in excellent shape.
I like to keep my stuff nice! It's not that hard to do, yet amazing how many people let things deteriorate!! We can't afford a new boat, so this one will have to do!!!!
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Very nice Craig!
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Looks really nice are you going to do the door entry as well
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What did you finish it with? Good trick is to coat it in West System Epoxy and it will look like that for ever
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