Getting ready to glass the deck of my Chesapeake 17LT. Have tried to sand the chine and bottom just the right amount. I will be painting the bottom. I will be putting two coats of Petit Easypoxy undercoater and than a couple of coats of Easypoxy. I will sand between the undercoater and final coats. I suspect perfection is not required in the bottom sanding prior to undercoater.
The chine is looking good with #80 sanding. I will sand a bit more and that I think will give me a homogeneous milky surface with a minimal amount of dimpling. I will do the deck with up to 220, glass it with the overlap to the chine. I guess I will than sand the deck and chine again. Having a hard time knowing when enough is enough. Anyone have insight they can offer?