Thanks for the insights my learned brethren, like this site.
Well at the end of the day it will still float however it looks
Has no odour or taste !
After 18 months undercover with western sun in the arvos i thought it would have dried out by now.
In the open, cow bay near daintree, Tropics!
Some are, most seem to be coming from pinholes in the gelcoat
How the $#@ does water get into the laminate like the hull sides. Vertical surface gelcoated both sides.
Just checked, the black stuff is water soluble
Some spots show on the inside and outside as well.
Thanks Mr E and kapnd. These blisters are on the bottom and sides. I can wipe the tar off with my finger. Maybe a quick spot grind and seal with...
Im restoring an 18 ft swiftcraft dominator (aussie hull). I have sanded the topsides but have not touched the sides. The hull has been undercover...
Still plodding along here The hull has been sitting undercover for the last 18 months. When I picked up the boat and brought it home I gave it a...
And thank you !
Yep, will do.
Ya, thin alright. One layer of biax be enough before i glass stringers in. 2 layers of biax over stringers.
Yep, i was thinking 45degree biax, layed over the whole lot and then set stringers. Thanks. Whereabouts are you?. Im in Kuranda, FNQ.
Thanks Mr Efficiency, the boat has been rebuilt before, poorly i might add. I was scraping off the poorly wet out glass from that rebuild which...
The wood poly mix was used to bed stringers, the stringers sit in the "v" made by the external strakes. Since most of this bog has been removed...
Still pluggin away here! Finished grinding the hull, the strakes have been filled with some sawdust / polyester mix, most of it has cracked away...