used a orange base stripper that didn't have any odor, worked great. All you
really needed was a sponge, water, scraper and time. Stripping, sanding and
filling was done in our basement with patio door open.
put on a two part polyurethane with a two part epoxy primer on the bottom and
filled the holes with a two part epoxy glue. The boat was slung from the
rafters in the basement so we could rotate the boat to it's sides without
damage. We did the exterior one winter and the interior the next winter.
like these happen from normal use, they must be filled and sealed with the
polyurethane. Once a year, at the beginning of the season, we go over the boat
filling the cracks, sanding the dents and scratches, and applying at least one
(bepends how anxious we are) coat of polyurethane over the entire boat inside
and out. This year we are trying a sealent and adhesive caulk for the cracks.
The bottom has not required any rework in three seasons sence application, and
has proved to be quite durrable.
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