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Old 05 June 2007, 17:13   #11
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Looks good!
Thank-you. Has loads of cubby holes - I know that probably isn't that important but when you have a little person, the amount of stuff that will accumulate - it really is important. The good news is that she loved it.
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Old 05 June 2007, 18:32   #12
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Well done Sarah,

Hope to see you out on the water or at the shows.

Happy ribbing and love the thread titles you keep choosing!

All the best
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Old 05 June 2007, 19:01   #13
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Yeah....I can't complain about the response to my first post but I need to learn something from you about titles!
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Old 05 June 2007, 19:17   #14
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Those "light" areas near the bow look like oxidisation from the sun. Get some toluene and give it a good rub and it will come right off. Keep turning or using a new rag so you are not spreading the muck around. I have spent two days doing the same to mine and I am only half done, but mine is a lot worse than yours.
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PS. Nice looking boat
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Old 05 June 2007, 19:22   #15
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If you are scared to use Toluene or can't get it use the diluted traffic film remover from Machine Mart. It works very well with a soft brush. Removes oxidisation a treat!!!
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Old 06 June 2007, 03:55   #16
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Boat looks great.

Is it me or does it seem to be missing a VHF and a GPS?
I know a man that can help there!
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Old 06 June 2007, 04:46   #17
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Well done Sarah,

Hope to see you out on the water or at the shows.

Happy ribbing and love the thread titles you keep choosing!

All the best
Thanks Jon - I'm afraid I have a few more title ideas to come...
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Old 06 June 2007, 04:47   #18
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Yeah....I can't complain about the response to my first post but I need to learn something from you about titles!
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Old 06 June 2007, 04:48   #19
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Those "light" areas near the bow look like oxidisation from the sun. Get some toluene and give it a good rub and it will come right off. Keep turning or using a new rag so you are not spreading the muck around. I have spent two days doing the same to mine and I am only half done, but mine is a lot worse than yours.
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PS. Nice looking boat
Thanks for this - you guys never stop amazing me with your knowledge. I'm also going to get a cover so when I have finished - I don't have to keep doing it!!!
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Old 06 June 2007, 04:49   #20
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If you are scared to use Toluene or can't get it use the diluted traffic film remover from Machine Mart. It works very well with a soft brush. Removes oxidisation a treat!!!
Thanks Codprawn.
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