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  • pjacobs55
    Kurt, Beautiful workmanship! I clean up hardened epoxy with judicious use of a heat gun. It turns runs and dribbles quite rubbery, and easy to scrape off.
    Message 1 of 2 , May 13, 2009
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      Kurt,
      Beautiful workmanship!
      I clean up hardened epoxy with judicious use of a heat gun. It turns runs and dribbles quite rubbery, and easy to scrape off. Don't hold it on a joint too long, as it may come apart. When it cools again it is back to original strength.
      Hope this helps.
      Peter.

      --- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com, "kurtwoodham" <kurt@...> wrote:
      >
      > Pulling together some picts of my slowly-progressing Explorer 14 - folder is "KPW - Snowshoe Explorer 14."
      >
      > Finished gluing in the last gunwale block and added the breasthooks. Consulting with my middle daughter, we decided a thin mahoghony wedge between the inwale and outwale tapered up to the stem would look nice, with the initiating line projected across from the edge of the breasthook. Not super visible in the picture that I posted, but I like how it came out.
      >
      > Now I need to work on seat (plan to make it a single, as my Wenonah Adirondack handles any tandem needs), add a twart about 3 ribs in front of center (will mount seat a bit aft of center), and then work on floorboards.
      >
      > Then comes lots of sanding and cleanup. Really regret not paying more attention to wiping down excess epoxy while gluing in ribs. Got way too much cleanup to do now, and sanding/filing down the rock-hard glue slobbers is tedious - and then some.
      >
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