Hattie Mae | Wednesday, June 3, 2009

I was away from the shop on some other business for the first part of the morning, but upon my return I got right to work sanding the finish primer that I applied yesterday.  I began in the cockpit well, which I consider the worst part of the process and therefore a great area to get out of the way, and then moved on to the coachroof and any other areas that I couldn't reach from the staging.

Then, since the staging was still at its lower height, I went ahead and sanded the hull primer.  For finish primer sanding, I used 320 grit paper by machine and by hand as required.

With the hull complete, I reset the staging back to deck height, and wrapped up the day by sanding the flat deck areas and the cabin trunk, leaving only the toerails to sand tomorrow.






Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  5  hours

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