• Unloading The New Teak Deck!!!

    Friday, April 28, 2017

    Unloading the new teak deck that was made for me by TeakDecking Systems! This crate was 41 feet long and weighed roughly 1300 pounds :-O! Very grateful for all the help that I was able to get from local friends! Without them I don’t know how I would have been able to pull this off πŸ™‚ Thank you!!! Please ‘Like’, ‘Share’ and ‘Comment’!! Subscribe To This Channel!! https://www.youtube.com/user/boatworkstoday?sub_confirmation=1 Also, please remember that there is additional content and ad-free versions of these video’s available for Patreon…

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Gelcoat or Paint.. Which One Should I Use??

In this video, I briefly discuss some of the advantages / disadvantages of each of these materials, as well as some considerations you should keep in mind when trying to decide what to use for your next project. This video is an abbreviated version of what’s avail to Patreon supporters! If you would like to see extended versions that contain more information and detail please consider supporting this show through Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/BoatworksToday Thank you! If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please leave them…

How To Fiberglass Over Plywood

In this video I am using laminating poly resin, 1.5 oz csm and 1708 bi-axial glass. In order to ensure a good bond onto the plywood it is essential to pre-coat the surface with resin! Not doing so will almost certainly result in a dry layup and de-lamination πŸ™ Not good… In total, I used 12oz of resin to pre-coat the surface and layup all the glass shown in the demo. The fin roller I used to establish the radius on the fillet is 1/2″…

Re-Sealing A Boat Deck Hatch

This project was a true test of patience! Duct tape… Baked on duct tape…. To remove the adhesive I used Naptha VM&P (which is safe to use on most polycarbonates). The black caulking was Dow Corning 795 and the white compound for mounting the hatch back onto the deck was 3M 4000UV. I think everything is pretty straight forward, if you have any questions of comments please leave them below! Thank you!

Sometimes You Just Have To Make Access For A Repair!

I think this is pretty self explanatory πŸ™‚ If you have any questions please leave them below and I will get back to you! Thanks for watching! Please remember that an extended version of this video with more information is available for Patreon supporters! To find out more please click here!

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