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Anteno 2 tug Print Booklet
Author: Dick   Posts: 2   Photos: 7   Subscribers: 0   Views: 230   Responses: 6   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Hull sprayed - Posted: 17th Dec 2018
My son has finished filling sanding priming then spraying in 2 pack. See photo smashing job, over the moon.l

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Anteno 2 tug - Posted: 14th Dec 2018
Decided not to double plank as per kit instructions but skin the first planking with thin cloth 0.60 oz. Lot of rubbing down,now awaiting top coat
Quick tip when using aerosol can or airbrush,use a large plastic storage container on its side as a spray booth.

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Response by mturpin013 on the 15th Dec 2018
I used an old cooker hood as the basis for my spray booth with the filters taken out and vented outside, and has built in lights. I also use it as my silver solder/brazing and small welding jobs using the back wall as one side with simple hardboard sides and a rotary table (old party susan) if you can remember them, it works really well and allows spraying in my workshop in the winter months.
Response by RNinMunich on the 15th Dec 2018
Damn! I threw one away a few months ago 😱
Response by Joe727 on the 16th Dec 2018
Thanks for the idea with the cooker hood or vent hood as we say in the states. Great idea and I too could use a better system to solder under, nice to combine both paint both and soldering in one as I have just a tiny shop,