Classic Whaler Forum
Classic Whaler: Repairs/Mods
|Author||Topic: exterior bubbles|
posted 11-14-2001 11:19 AM ET (US)
Gentlemen I need a little help I am sanding the interior and the exterior geting ready to gel-coat the inside and paint the outside. I started to scrap the outside bubbles that I have when off comes about 1/16th. of an inch part seems to be paint I don't know what the other part is it appears to be resin. My question is how do I repair before I regel-coat and then paint. The boat is a 1965 Sakonnet this appears to be my only stumbling block so far any help in this matter is greatly appreciated.
posted 11-14-2001 11:24 AM ET (US)
they are called blisters and are common and non threatening. You just fill them and continue. They have a barrier coat you can apply to keep these from coming back. Talk to any marine store, interlux makes it.
posted 11-14-2001 03:46 PM ET (US)
After I sanded their were what appeared to be white spots in the fiberglass when I punctured them a brown fluid came out do I sand down below this layer and repair or just puncture and then glaze over.
posted 11-14-2001 07:33 PM ET (US)
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