Skeedeen | Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Over the course of the morning, I finished up the sanding on board, working through the grits to prepare the windshield, handrails, and cockpit trim for varnish.  Afterwards, I cleaned up the shop and the boat to rid them of the accumulated sanding dust and any other debris, and solvent-washed the bare teak and adjacent surfaces.




Next, I masked off all the areas necessary around the trim and windshield and, when that was done, tacked off the wood.



Finally, I applied a sealer coat of varnish to all the newly-sanded wood, and wrapped up the day with a third coat of varnish on the toerails and eyebrow. 



Total Billed Time on This Job Today:  8.25 hours

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