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Summer Song | Saturday, January 18, 2014

I washed, then lightly sanded, the new tabbing securing the engine foundations, removing any sharp edges and lightly scuffing the surface to accept paint.



Later, I applied a coat of gray epoxy-based primer to the new fiberglass work.  This would act as a sort of tie coat between the fresh epoxy and the final coats of gray paint I'd be using throughout the engine room:  most one-part paints wouldn't cure properly over green epoxy, so this step would allow me to continue paintwork--and therefore the whole engine installation--sooner than later.

Total Time Billed on This Job Today:  
1.25 Hours

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