That’s right, it’s done. It’s been an interesting and fun build, but now it’s done. Wiping on the poly really worked well. It’s got a nice finish on it without the usual problems. The first thing to do today is remove...
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Location: Central Maine
Farmed for 17 yrs., ran grader for D.O,T. for 18 yrs. now sort of retired. I have a saw mill that I use as a hobby, also love beekeeping. And of course love making sawdust in the shop.
-- Jeff in central Me.
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I’m just checking in quickly today. Things have come up and I didn’t get into the shop for a couple of days. I had a few hours this afternoon, so I went out and started a fire. It was 40 degrees in the shop, so it only took an hour or ...
Well, today is tomorrow, and I think we should see how the inside poly job turned out. Yesterday I put on another coat of poly to fix the brush marks. Then I covered it with a tarp to keep the dust off. The brush marks are better, but there is sti...
As the title says, I finally got the poly on the inside. I did two coats, and wasn’t happy with it so I sanded the bottom a little and did a third. Here’s the problem, my shop is small and I have a terrible habit of hanging stuff from ...
It’s time to get the seats ready for installation. First, we need some spacers. Big dowels will work, but I like to use left over pieces from the gunwales. We need eight of these. Two will be 4”, and six of them will be 2 1/2”. T...