Re: paint job -

Posted by Mac on Nov 13, 2004


I've just finished repainting a cobalt blue hull to get rid of a summer's worth of wear and tear.

I'm now convinced that redoing a bright hull would have been soooo much easier.

I had white primed (two part poly) the hull prior to three coats of two part blue. Of course every minor scratch showed as a white line - emphasizing a scratch which probably wouldn't have even been noticable on a varnished hull and could have been refinished very easily.

I agree with Craig that the hull can be painted later should you choose. The reverse is virtually impossible.

Either way, don't forget to have fun!


In Response to: Re: paint job - pigment e by Craig Robinson on Nov 12, 2004


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