Stus-List Stripping the bottom
robertabbott at eastlink.ca
Sat May 6 09:17:20 EDT 2017
I am no expert on this topic but my guess is that the adequate thickness
of your barrier paint will be all you need.
C&C 32 - 84
On 2017-05-06 10:01 AM, Adam Hayden via CnC-List wrote:
> Hey everyone.
> I am in the middle of stripping the bottom paint off of my C&C 36. I
> would day tjere is 30 years of bottom paint. There are no blisters
> juat that muck of thr oaint was flaking off. Once done I will be
> doing the barrier coat and reapplying the bottom paint. I burned
> through the gelcoat in a few places while sanding.
> My question is do i need to apply a coat of gelcoat to those places or
> will the barrier coat protect the glass and prevent moisture intrusion.
> I can honestly say this won't be a job that I will tackle again on
> this boat.
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