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Ms Lynne G | Thursday, October 2, 2014

After vacuuming and solvent-washing both the deck and hull, I went around the boat carefully and marked any places that needed further attention and minor filling, mainly pinholes that hadn't been filled by the high-build primer, a few areas where the old nonskid pattern required additional filling, and other similar interruptions that needed fine-tuning.

Afterwards, I applied fine fairing compound to these areas as needed. 







There wasn't much more I could do to advance the project at this point, but with a bit of time before I had to leave the shop on other business, I lightly sanded all the brightwork that I'd started varnishing earlier, preparing it for its next coat of varnish soon.

Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  4.25

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