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Posted: April 08 2007 at 17:48 | IP Logged Quote suwanneered

Hi Mates:  I am in process of cleaning the old bottom paint off my old 280CC and have been sand blasting it off by sand blasting with a small home blaster and 80 grit sanding. I have only lightly cut the gelcoat and have only found   what I thought was very small blisters. DUE TO THE BOAT BEING ON LAND FOR ABOUT 3 YEARS ALL THE PIN SIZE BLISTERS LOOK DRY AND ARE TIGHT TO THE HULL.

Can I  leave the gelcoat on and follow the pre wash with solvent and apply the epoxy barrier coat. I don't want to strip the gelcoat off.I have been really careful with the sand blaster .Quick as I see the gelcaot I no longer blast the are and them sand with 80 grit till all old fouling paint is gone and gelcaot is clean.

When this is complete I would wash according and then applt Interlux 2000E and then bottom anti fouling paint.

Hope I made this clear! Thanks,Bill SmithLOL

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