So I figured this would be a good time to post an update on the SS Swordfish Slayer, since I just got back from a warm summer day on the water. Since bringing the boat home from woodshop class, I resealed all edges, added an extra laye...
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Welp after a lot of hard work, money, blood, sweat, and haters, I am finally done with the SS Swordfish Slayer 5000. As previously stated, I am looking forward to a fun summer out on the Allegheny doin some angling. Eventhough I am confide...
This past weekend, I purchased a gallon of Restore 10x from my local hardware store. This stuff is pretty common and easy to find. Although it’s mainly used for resurfacing decks, it will work just fine on getting one last good seal on the b...
The row boat has finally reached a major landmark in its life, being completely sealed. It’s just time to add a few details such as a small seat, and some minor touch ups, mainly sanding. The SS Swordfish Slayer 5000 will be ready to...
Last week, I purchased a tube of liquid nails, along with white lightning storm blaster. The liquid nails was used in between the screwed pieces, and the white lightning will be used to seal all cracks after the complete assembly. I am hop...