Justin spent a good part of the afternoon pressure cleaning the vaka (thus watering the yard…) while I cleaned the garage and got ready to set up some work stations. One thing we can tell you for sure is that Clarity is going to definitely need to be repainted! It appears that little prep work was done to the boat before it’s previous painting, as lots of uglified gel coat has appeared. We’ll have to come up with a tough paint system that sticks well to old yucky gelcoat! We don’t ned a showroom finish, just a workboat paint job, but we’d rather the paint stick to the boat than our shorts.
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