Just starting to deck a wood duck hybrid. The instructions recommend stretching plastic over the forms to avoid accidentally gluing the deck to the forms. However, the pictures I have seen of fully stripped boats generally do without plastic. Presumably this is just a case of how messy the glue between the strips get, how much squeezes out and sticks the strips to the forms. It seems to me that it would be easier to see centerline and other reference marks placed on the forms if I just left off the plastic and tried to be careful. Anybody care to share their experience when they didn't use plastic wrap?