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Ensign #1212 | Tuesday, July 21, 2014

I continued in the cabin and cockpit, and applied a second coat of semi-gloss white enamel, completing this round of paint work.  Late in the day, the fresh paint had cured enough to allow me to remove masking tape.






After light sanding and the usual cleaning, I applied more varnish to the seat slats (4), inboard side of the coamings (8), new cabin doors (3), and louvered vents (2).



Next up:  the cockpit shelves, and the filler piece for the v-berth.  I'd earlier removed the old finish from these pieces, and sanded them, so final preparations involved solvent washing and other minor work before I could apply a coat of primer to all sides of the pieces.


The leading edge of the keel featured a small crack, which I'd ground out much earlier during initial sanding and preparation stages of the project.  Now, I cleaned the area and applied epoxy fairing filler to the void.


Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  6

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