Re: [bolger] Caulking report, was Caulking stuff
> I am in awe of you who can actually do this correctly.I don't think you are describing anyone around here.
Liberal use of masking tape helps a little.
Disposable 'one use' cardboard 'coving tools'
you make with a sissors can help too.
--- In email@example.com, hal <hl700@c...> wrote:
"In ten minutes I managed to caulk 35% of my body and most of the
garage. The Teal fared a little better."
Good work Hal,
Did you hear the story about the engineer with two degeres who used
expanding foam in the air chambers of his beautiful strip built
Believe me, it can get far worse.
A group for fun or touring rowing I'm trying to get going here in
Kingston now that the water has (mostly) thawed.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, hal <hl700@c...> wrote:
> One of my constraints is that I want the decks to beHi Hal,
I must have missed something along the way but I did not know the
TEAL even had a deck(s)......I do recall it having just a few slates
to hold the prescribed floatation in place but otherwise deckfree.
Perhaps you WANT to have a deck(s) instead of slates and if that
is the case,the deck is so teeny why even make it removable at all
when it amounts to just a big breasthook anyway and that is
something you'd want solidly anchored in place :-)
Access bellow can be assured through openings easily made through
whatever bulkhead(s) you would place inboard to support the upper
aft edge of the "deck".
Hope this makes sense, as I can hardly understand it myself :-)
Sorry to read about the mess with caulking goop.Aim for solid boat
boatbuilding and not dismountable boats.............:-D
Peter "quit caulking around" Lenihan,halfway through the aft
stateroom and making plans for the roof beintôt,from along the banks
of the St.Lawrence.........