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Ensign #1212 | Friday, May 16, 2014

With the new tabbing now cured, I followed my usual pattern of water wash followed by a light sanding to remove sharp edges and prepare the areas for later steps. 



After vacuuming the entire boat, and an initial solvent wash, I began final preparations before high-build primer.  I planned to apply the primer to both deck and hull in a single session.  Beginning on deck, I masked over various openings, and covered the bulkhead and cockpit with paper against overspray.



Starting just below the waterline I'd masked off earlier, I wrapped the entire trailer in plastic to protect it from overspray.  Afterwards, I set up staging at deck height, rinsed the floor and staging, prepared paint and spray equipment for the job, and finished up with a final solvent wash on both hull and deck, using the paint system's proprietary solvent for that purpose.



Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  5.25

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