What a day!!! After buffing my dark blue hull
only days ago, I got myself fighting the elements as the preferred way to my pile mooring
was blocked. Finished scraping my foot rail along pile-on but since it was low tide, the barnicles on the pole scraped along my hull
, into the paint
and into the white primer underneath. I could have cried...
I've had scratches taken out before by a pro with great results. However not visiting hard-stand any time soon I'm thinking of attempting it myself.
Does anyone know the correct process???
I know that he used the thinner for the top hull paint
and probably used a wet and dry beforehand. (don't know about grid or any prep cleaning) I realise it needs to be done correctly so if anyone can guide me on the right path, I would love to hear from you! Thanks!