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    Re: 40'' Seaplane Tender, new build H
    Thanks, again but I owe it all to superglue Martin, makes planking pretty easy especially using the thick type. You can literally put a drop of glue on the center stringer, hold/clamp plank (which you have pre-cut lots of) for 15 secs and on to the next one and once done glue the ends. Pretty quick really, only took a few nights to rough plank it to get the shape (not concerned with looks at that stage,) trim, sand, fill and fair, glass, trim, de wax, sand, re-coat resin, de wax, finish sand, seal, undercoat,
    topcoat
    , have cup of tea and 'Bob's your uncle'. Once everything is sorted inside, (motor mounts, shafts etc coat inside with International Everdure 2 pot timber sealing resin (which also smooths out the inside) and you can virtually kick it round the floor once the deck's on,- strong but lighter than a glass hull.
    1 year ago by jbkiwi
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    Re: First ever
    I have done the inside of the hull with fibreglass and resin and the outside has been filled,sanded and then 6coats of ezecote deluxe resin and finally 2 coats of primer ready for
    topcoat
    so I hope it is strong and waterproof
    1 year ago by Raydelve


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