I bought this aluminum runabout several years ago, but soon realized that it wasn't quite the right set up for west coast salmon fishing. So I thought that I would take out all the salmon/cat piss smelling carpet and just paint all the existing plywood. I figured, what? a couple months work, no problem. Well, three years, and a bunch of bright ideas later, its finally ready for the topcoat.
I'm using Interlux Perfection. My plan was to roll and tip, but I'm wondering what my best plan would be. Do I work my way section by section, brushing into the corners, or do I work bow to stern, gunnel to gunnel a foot or two at a time to try and maintain a wet edge, which could be difficult by myself.
I also thought of having it sprayed, but I have read some feel that perfection doesn't spray that well and in fact looks better roll and tipped. I would like to finish it myself, but after all this time and work that I have put into it, I want the best finish possible even if it means paying someone else to spray it. What do you guys think?
Oh, and to let me know if you have any questions about the project, I,ll be happy to answer them.