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Ms Lynne G |  Wednesday, October 15, 2014

While the staging was still set at deck height, I masked off the new deck paint at the edge near the gunwales, then covered the deck with plastic that I taped securely in place to protect the deck from overspray.  Afterwards, I removed the staging to clear the way for the hull work.


Setting up my horizontal beams fore and aft once more, I struck a line for the boottop 2" above the waterline that I'd marked at the beginning of the painting process.  Once I had the base line marked and masked, I sheered the forward sections by eye, increasing the total height by about an inch at the stem and approximating the original line.



Later, I masked the area beneath the new line, and cleaned up the shop once more before finally solvent-washing the hull one more time.



To round out the day, I sanded and varnished again the various trim pieces that I had underway at the moment.



Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  6.5

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