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| Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Next on the task list was the cabin overhead, which was an original gelcoated molding that was showing signs of age:  discolored, darkened, and drab.  Fresh paint would make an enormous difference to the cabin. 

Throughout the day, I sanded it thoroughly with 80-120 grits on a finishing sander and by hand as needed to remove the gloss and otherwise prepare the overhead for primer and paint.  There were several areas requiring repairs, most notably a large instrument hole in the aft bulkhead and numerous fastener holes, and I'd deal with these next.

Afterwards, I cleaned out the old sealant from the inside perimeters of all the port openings.





Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  7

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