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Old 02-09-2009, 20:34   #16
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I use a 12" stainless steel drywall knife. Use the end of it to get started and then use the blade.
Works great on the hull too. There is a lot of nasty stuff that will grow on the best bottom paint in some harbours that do not have "proper" sanitation.
Never would consider using a grinder or sandpaper, quick way to remove a lot of bronze. End up with an uneven unbalanced prop.
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