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Old 16-04-2022, 11:41 PM
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Ps the mate who did my old boat up said he would never paint outside again - bugs landing in the wet paint and the wind catching his thin plastic drop sheets and sticking them to the paint were to the 2 main reasons.

It still turn out awesome but he said painting outside is a not fun and you have to be hyper vigilant as it dries so nothing gets blown on to it

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Old 17-04-2022, 08:44 AM
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Nice one Ice - Love the Video update - gives a real sense of the scale of the project you have undertaken.

Id be keen to seen some time lapse of the painting if you can be stuffed when the time comes - the transformation from those coats of paint is worth recording
i never remember to set up the gopro and do a time lapse... maybe for the painting i will. but not promising anything
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Old 17-04-2022, 08:51 AM
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Ps the mate who did my old boat up said he would never paint outside again - bugs landing in the wet paint and the wind catching his thin plastic drop sheets and sticking them to the paint were to the 2 main reasons.

It still turn out awesome but he said painting outside is a not fun and you have to be hyper vigilant as it dries so nothing gets blown on to it
when i do get around to painting it i'll probably go buy a cheap single car "carport" and wrap it in a few plastic drop sheets as i don't have enough room in the shed to paint the hull properly.
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Old 18-04-2022, 06:19 AM
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when i do get around to painting it i'll probably go buy a cheap single car "carport" and wrap it in a few plastic drop sheets as i don't have enough room in the shed to paint the hull properly.
Start in the morning and dont leave any bug attracting lights on near it when it dries
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Old 18-04-2022, 07:13 AM
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Start in the morning and dont leave any bug attracting lights on near it when it dries

good idea mate, thanks!
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