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Old 15-10-2015, 23:47   #61
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Stupid expensive! I am getting my 44ft plastic toy soda blasted by a mobile service for $2000 US this fall. Includes tarping and clean up. Came recommended by the yard, and I have seen the bottoms he did last year, nice work.


You did notice that this one is the whole hull, not just the bottom, right?
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Old 16-10-2015, 23:12   #62
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You did notice that this one is the whole hull, not just the bottom, right?
Well, it didn't say the whole hull, it was referring to the bottom.

But in any case, for 4500 I'm getting the top and bottom, but not the deck done.
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Old 17-10-2015, 17:02   #63
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You did notice that this one is the whole hull, not just the bottom, right?
I stand corrected ! Thanks Minaret....

Here is my bottom after today's blast.
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I stand corrected ! Thanks Minaret....

Here is my bottom after today's blast.
oh, you have a nice round bottom there Lease on life. I hope mine comes up as good.
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Well, it didn't say the whole hull, it was referring to the bottom.

But in any case, for 4500 I'm getting the top and bottom, but not the deck done.
I just realised I was responding to a post not meant for me. Sorry Mineret
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Old 18-10-2015, 05:06   #66
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Re: Peel A Way paint removal system

Today I got mine ready for the sand blasting. Removed the pulpit and some other things. Then I attempted to jack the boat up so I can get under the keel. The following video shows what I found.
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I'll try again.
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Using sugar sand and the dustless blasting system will remove the paint very efficiently and save you a ton of hard work.
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Hey RC, how you making out with the repaint?
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Hey RC, how you making out with the repaint?
It's been delayed until next week because of the rain. Monday morning is now the plan for the blasting. I've then got the week off work to paint.
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Hope it all works out well for you!
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