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Old 09-08-2018, 03:13 PM   #1
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Head redo

We decided to tackle the dingy cream color head. Repaired all the previous cracks and damage. Here is a few pictures of the progress. before and after. More to come as we leave the paint and non skid dry.Click image for larger version

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Old 09-08-2018, 03:38 PM   #2
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Nice! I expected by the title that this article was directed at me...
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no lol. but I am doing a redo on my plumbing as well.
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Nice and holy carp! That's a heck of a head with what appears to be a sit-in bathing tub. So jealous. I know my boat will not be so lux. Well, unless I hit the lotto or some of my projects pay off big. Highly doubtful.
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Nice and holy carp! That's a heck of a head with what appears to be a sit-in bathing tub. So jealous. I know my boat will not be so lux. Well, unless I hit the lotto or some of my projects pay off big. Highly doubtful.
thanks. wife loves the sit down tub.
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Old 09-08-2018, 07:04 PM   #6
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thanks. wife loves the sit down tub.



Looks like ya might have room on the back deck for a his an hers hot tub. Might win ya some brownie points with the missus and help you get that high ticket item you been eyeing.




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lol that would be a nice addition to the back deck of the boat.
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new epoxy sink.Click image for larger version

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new epoxy sink.Attachment 80899
That is cool.
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That is cool.


Very nice! What was the process?
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Very nice! What was the process?
Process for the epoxy and rock sink. I sanded the top of the sink and primer then layed the rocks on and bought the kit from a wood shop. epoxy was easy to work with. It was calles ezpoxy uv.
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Very nice! What was the process?
If you're asking about the sweet sink, you'll have to ask senangsekali. It was his brainchild. I just quoted his post pic.
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Process for the epoxy and rock sink. I sanded the top of the sink and primer then layed the rocks on and bought the kit from a wood shop. epoxy was easy to work with. It was calles ezpoxy uv.

I am familiar with that product but I have never used it. I'll consider it next time I'm doing some tabletop work. Thanks for posting about the sweet sink and how you made it.
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I am familiar with that product but I have never used it. I'll consider it next time I'm doing some tabletop work. Thanks for posting about the sweet sink and how you made it.
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