Re: Glue, caulk, Strip Planking on small craft, Some Observations
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Work with Brightside frequently. VOC’s are intolerable for me. Fully masked for the moment the can is opened!
However I have noted that the VOC loadings have substantially lessened over the past year ort so.
Th manufactures are well aware of the negatives and constantly work on chemistries to achieve improvements.
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Subject: Re: [oregoncoots] Glue, caulk, Strip Planking on small craft, Some Observations
You can add me to the list you put up. No bad acting stuff there, maybe black hands if some PL gets loose, but don't build in good clothes anyhow, that's what the old shop clothes are for. System 3 is a bit spendy, but there are others that do as well, any good paint dept. can advise on that. Waterborne epoxy is great stuff, I find that a couple clear coats over lightly sanded main finish makes maintenance a no brainer. Dock or brush scrapes get a light sand and touch up without having a color coat to touch up, the whole finish stays brighter and UV protected as well.
Lter Coots, Cal
PS, --- Second new hip is sweet, spring will be a ton better this year.
On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 9:37 PM Randy Torgerson <coots@...> wrote:
Thanks, I will reply to all mail as possible --- Cal