Stus-List time estimates for Poly Glow application
nate at isis.org
Wed May 30 08:57:49 EDT 2012
Really cleaning (wax removal, fine white rubbing compound as needed after that) a 1980 30' hull for the very first application took me over 4 hours.
Five years later Poli-prep cleaning /stripping the hull took 2-3 hours.
Applying 6 coats PoliGlow to a clean hull takes 1-2 hours (applicator on pole, boat on cradle, walk around and sponge it on) including a beer break.
Annual application of 2 coats takes 15 min to water-rinse hull first and 30 min to apply.
From: cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com [mailto:cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com] On Behalf Of Eric Frank
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 7:25 AM
To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com
Subject: Stus-List time estimates for Poly Glow application
I had the yard apply Poly Glow this spring to Cat's Paw and am impressed with the number of hours charged for the job. Certainly the red paint was a bit oxidized, so it probably took some scrubbing with the first solution to get the oxidation removed. But 12 hours seems like a long time to treat a 35' hull. For those of you who have used this product, how much time did it take you?
C&C 35 Mk II
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