Kauai, your basically building a tent under the boat and under the stands, bring the sided up and tape to the haul with shrink wrap tape.kauai88 said:what mill plastic is that? how do you see ? thanks for the quick response this is an important job for me for a big boat builder over here and i would use my farrow but its down
Kauai, didn't realize your taking it down to glass Thought you was just taking off bottom paint Like sandpot says be careful, very limited vision in a tent because of the dust, go slow at low psi to see better, take a few breaks In between Tent blasting takes a little time to get used to The only area you can see is right in front because of the air bubble the hose makes. Just a note, everything that is dust will stick to your lens. Wiping it with your glove will create static cling and will make it worse lolSand Pot said:Reason I asked, dry blast in a tent, its tough to see what is going on, particularly if you are profiling unpainted gel-coat, easy to miss spots or overdo areas, be careful. With paint already on the boat its far easier to hit everything without overshooting areas. Expect very poor visibility either way, however. On your pump, they are easy and cheap to rebuild with a wiwa kit, didn't know they used two different pumps though . . .