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Old 28-03-2013, 05:43   #1
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Location: wherever the boat is -- Jacksonville FL for hurricane season
Boat: Pearson 365 ketch sailboat, 36.5'
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Cetoling in the Rain

We didn't do it on purpose!

But it happened. Laying down the last few brush strokes, the weather shifted from overcast-perfect-for-Cetoling-so-it-won't-dry-too-quick to "Oh s---! It's raining!"

Not everyone loves Cetol (and we're newbies to it) but I can say that the rain only left some slight mottling, and the 3rd coat took care of it.

Yeah, we know it's not as pretty as varnish, but it sure is forgiving on application. Time will tell how it performs. We've heard everything from "Love it!" to "Disaster!"

Meanwhile it's done.
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