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July 29, 2010


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Also, it is good to mark the blisters the moment you find them during the haul out. Blisters can seemily "dissappear" while the boat dries on the hard. Unless fixed they will simply return when back in the water.

I fully agree and a smart plan indeed and one which works well for isolated blisters. But this boat was completely covered so there was no part that did not have a blister. Had I used a red crayon I could have just drawn a circle around the waterline as everything below that will need the peel treatment.

It is a real pain in the ass (sorry for my expression) when you find osmotic blisters on your boat's bottom. It's a lot of work fixing it. And I mean a lot!

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