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Re: underneath the coamin
Posted by LeeG on May 21, 2004
that's what I did at first but it's a lot easier to not have to sand hard goop in the first place. That's why the coaming stack should go on a deck that already has all the fill coats. Then 90% of the deck sanding is done before the coaming goes on. With a presealed stack/coaming you can put on just enough thickened goop on the stack so that what little squishes out doesn't run down the stack and it can be squished/smoothed up with a gloved finger dipped in alcohol. The thin watery epoxy that runs off can be wiped up with a paper towel and lightly sanded later with 220grit.
In Response to: Re: underneath the coamin by Tim Chase on May 21, 2004