Originally Posted by colemj
That would be even better. I was using a doodle pad on a stick, not a powered one. Maybe doodle pad isn't the right word for it, but it is a pad that holds drywall sanding screen
that has a wrist joint on it connected to a stick so that the pad stays normal to any surface it is on.
I did our rec room in our old house with a PC electric
drywall sander and that was sweet!
Ah, sorry, I thought a doodle stick must have been another name for a drywall power sander, but I think I know the sort you mean. I call them a pole sander, which is a name I picked up from the local plasterboard (drywall) guys. One of those US/Oz things.
My only concern with the drywall sander is that is was SO good that I can't figure out why all the pros are not using them (at least around here). I am worried that there is something I am missing since I am pretty sure they know more about the process than me.
It was so quick and easy.
I dived on the boat on Sunday to see how the antifouling was holding up after 13 months and it all looked excellent, so it can't be TOO wrong I guess. The propspeed is holding up ok, but not as well as the hull