I had another of my lazy Sundays where I don’t do much except watch tv. I did go and check on the cure of the copper epoxy coat and to remove the masking skirt. It is not completely set and whilst it is dry but a
I pumped 10 pumps of resin directly into the roller tray and mixed it with the drill and mixer attachment. After about a minute of mixing I poured in 500g of copper powder and mixed for another minute before rolling it
I had another of those long days punctuated by 3 hours waiting for paint to dry. So while I was on site for 9 hours, only 6 were spent actually working. Again I could have been doing things while I waited for the first
I am ready to roll the hull over on Saturday. I only have a few tasks for tomorrow. I have still to decide if I will give the copper coat a light sand, I will ring the Pure Seal distributor tomorrow to check if the
Yesterday I did precisely nothing on the boat. Actually that is not entirely true. I dropped into the warehouse to take a look at the hull, that’s it. Today I did only a little more than that. I removed the skirt.
I have finished the port hull. All that is left is to turn it over. Actually I will sand the glass tapes on the inside of the hull so as to be sure that none of the helpers that help me turn it over doesn’t jag