I Thought I would post a quick update on the work so far. Finally managed to take the grinder with a 40 grit pad to the hull and deck today and have now taken most of it off. I must admit that at first it was pretty scary wielding the grinder and it rips through the glass at an alarming rate, but the plus side is fours hours later most of the work is done so thanks ribraff
The first photo shows the mess i managed to make
I was wondering about the gap in the second photo? should i fill this gap and if so what with? i was considering resin with a bit of chopped strand in to make it a bit thicker?
The last picture is what it looks like after a quick hose down. I plan to tidy up the last few sections, sort the gap problem and glass away
I have to do the glassing outside as i don't have a shed
So I am both worried it either going off to fast or not going off at all! looking at the weather next week it looks dry and around 13-15 degrees on Wednesday, is that going to be warm enough?
An finally i have a long roll of matting, would i be better to glass in long strips, i.e the whole hull length or break it down into smaller 1m sections?
Don't suppose there is anyone in pembs who is good at this who could help me for a create of beer?