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Ensign #1212 | Tuesday, May 6, 2014

After a couple days away from the shop and, in part, working on another project, I got back to work on the decks, picking up where I left off.  After the usual water-wash of the cured epoxy filler, I sanded the decks as needed to remove excess fairing compound, revealing--as anticipated--various areas requiring additional material. 




There were a few places on the hull where I'd yet to sand the most recent application of fairing compound, so I took care of those next.  This mostly completed the surface preparations for the hull, though I planned to sand the topsides all over with finer paper as a final step.



Later, after vacuuming and solvent wash, I applied a second round of fairing filler to the deck and toerail areas as required.





Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  4.5

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