My experience tells me that you must wash off the amine blush carefully before sanding. This for two reasons: to keep sandpaper from clogging and for betterMessage 1 of 35 , Feb 5, 2005View SourceMy experience tells me that you must wash off the amine blush
carefully before sanding. This for two reasons: to keep sandpaper
from clogging and for better adhesion of glue or paint. I use aluminum
oxide open coat paper. I also use a scraper for a first pass on sheet
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Will Samson" <willsamson@y...> wrote:
> Any views on the best abrasive paper to use for sanding epoxy and
other coatings? I seem to spend a fortune on stuff that clogs rapidly
and needs to be replaced every minute or two while I sand away
hundreds of dollars worth of epoxy.
> I guess you can tell the best finished boats by the number of tons
of epoxy dust that are discarded at the end of the finishing process!
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
... I haven t received the Feb issue of MAIB. I have uploaded a photo of Bob Cushing in his Cruising Kayak in the Kayak folder in Photos . It appeared in anMessage 35 of 35 , Feb 11, 2005View Source
> I made a model, see pictures here:I haven't received the Feb issue of MAIB. I have uploaded a photo of
> It is a pretty darn interesting innovation in kayaks I think,
> as it takes on the 'boxy sides' signature of Bolger, unlike
> all the other kayaks I can think of, I want one!
Bob Cushing in his Cruising Kayak in the Kayak folder in "Photos". It
appeared in an old issue of Chebacco News. I bought the plans several
years ago and I am dying to build it - although I think I have to
stick to virtual boat building if I want to stay married...