18595Re: [SabreSailboat] Re: Interior refinish file
- Jan 1, 2009Thank you. It does have those lattice doors, and it took a few tries to get them close to right. I went so far as to hang them in the boat after the second attempt at refinishing, but after a few days of looking at them I had to admit they still sucked. Back home they came. For the third try, I would take one with me in the evening, sit on the back porch in a rocking chair with a cold beer, and slowly, patiently, meticulously sand and varnish. There is no way to rush this job. Varnishing those doors was more work than sanding them; what I should have done was buy a sprayer and spray them with the poly. That would be faster, and probably yield a better finish.The worst mission creep is all the stuff you decide to take care of, besides refinishing, once the interior is out. Uhg.Happy New Years to the great people on the Sabrelist, and may you have more days on the water in 2009 than in 2008.Bill BOn Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 11:19 PM, Jim <jmcgovern1@...> wrote:
Holy Cow Bill -
The picture of all the cabinetry removed scares me. Looks like a severe
case of mission creep!
Fantastic job though. I did a varnish job on my old S30, and am
thinking about it for my newer 36. Does you boat have the lattice
style salon locker doors? If so, how did you finish them? My boat has
them and I'm afraid varnishing will be a problem.
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