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Old 06 June 2014, 12:30   #51
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That's looking great I'll be over tomorrow
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Old 07 June 2014, 02:46   #52
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Yep. Looking proper. ,, great work,,


So many badly layed up vessels out there,,
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Old 10 June 2014, 04:34   #53
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Old 10 June 2014, 06:36   #54
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Yay......

My boats not made it to the galley this week.!


.....although I do need to call about something else.
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Old 11 June 2014, 12:58   #55
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Got to complete the matt on them in the morn and we should be ready to Gell wash the complete inside of the hull before we start fitting the floor
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Old 11 June 2014, 13:01   #56
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I've been ask if they are dry mat where it looks white, I'm insulted, it's bonding paste we put that in to soften the sharp corners and put the mat in while it's still wet, no voids or air bubbles in them babies
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Old 11 June 2014, 16:38   #57
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I've been ask if they are dry mat where it looks white, I'm insulted, it's bonding paste we put that in to soften the sharp corners and put the mat in while it's still wet, no voids or air bubbles in them babies
Brilliant looking work! What type of bonding paste are You using, will it be totally hard/rigid when cured or semi flexible?
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The paste has chop strands in it, it's a bugger to use, it's fairly flexible and has more or less the same characteristics as Gell
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I hesitate to ask this question and am reaching for my tin hat whilst typing but I'd have thought there would have been drain holes in each of those bulkheads?
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No worries, it's a lot easier drilling them out after than trying to matt round a hole, I'm probably not going to put one in the anchor locker bulkhead might put it on the outside
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