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Author: R J Boros (downriverboat...@aol.com) contact the author
Subject: removing coaming
Info: (1257 views) Posted: Thursday 11-5-15 10:47:59 AM
Sally, you can use clear epoxy, besure clear and not amber, and 1.0 or 1.5# cloth. I never can remember actual weight, but should wet out to be clear. Do test sample on scrap wood first to check coloration and feel - should cure transparent. if you like results then proceed with coamings (2) coats of epoxy to encapsulate, wet sand in between and after.

R J Boros Master Boatbuilder Downriver Boatworks Ltd.

:: I am halfway thru removing my busted up teak coaming and
:: glassing in would be easier if one was at all handy with
:: it. I wonder if the teak could be left visible on one
:: side & would that help avoid hidden water incursion? I
:: have an early tuna at Berkeley Marine generally feeling
:: clueless/ass-backwards but she is a forgiving little
:: girl and I have her in a good place.

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