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Discussion in 'Boat Yard Basics' started by jms, May 29, 2012.
torn off pulpit...
Bottom looks uneven ? Is that finished ? :-?
cutting up a deck - to repalce a fuel system
this was a wellcraft 240 - it didn't have access to the tank - the deck required cutting,and glassing back down...
old 13 whaler...
that's the reflection - that's what happens when gel coat is mixed with duratec gloss enhancer - it gives a deep shine,almost like paint...
Good work Kreepa. Are you in the Orlando area?
some of the products i make:
these are fiberglass -recessed
electronics boxes/helm pods
mfg various other products,including custom spray rails...
i'm located in southern nj
Pissing matches aside, I like your advice. Also, you could make a killing repairing bathtubs.
thank you...i do quite well repairing boats
Kreepa, wurst has a good point believe it or not..
My father was a lifelong boat builder for a living. Several years after retiring (he got lucky and sold his shop in the late 90's), he got bored and wanted to work again, but not hard, just enough to keep his mind busy. Well somehow he got into repairing blisters in spas and hot tubs.. He made a friggin killing, and only worked a couple hours a day at his own pace (disabled vet). When i was younger he would take me to help him, we would gring a couple blisters, fill em, and re paint /match that marbelene color and make $800 a day. And be done.. It was friggin cake ;D
Cut that is funny. My Fiberglass guy is a life long bath tub builder/repair that now does boat repair. Just the opposite of your dad.
Jim, thats good lol
Every day i get older, it seems that the saying "its all same in the end" grows true
Hay... I need my toilet refinished. Is that gel coat? Either way,... It would probably be best if it was refinished in a dark color.
Kreepa, you ever thought about making drop in hatches. It wouldn't be a big money maker but There's always folk wanting to put new hatches in existing boats or hatches in home built boats.