They both (there are only two spots of whatevers going on) have nicknames now.... the 1st one is "the astroid" the other is "the slog" the astroid is the one that looks like a rough rock and the other is red brown weeping spot with less actual surface damage but might be a more leaky side of the boat. These is the only areas where this is happening. I am familiar with the process of whats happening, water
intrusion inbetween fiberglass and metal or wet from above seeping into fiberglass and eventually causing keel to oxidize and swell which breaks fiberglass surface and then metal is being worked from both ends by water/brine from the hull
and intrusion water
from the top. What I need to know is how best to repair areas and stop further damage from occuring. Steps seem to make sense is grind out bad, fiberglass over bad, water proof bilge
, eliminate water exposure from decks, other sources, paint
Put boat back in water.
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