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What can be done for this finish problem? 9 years 10 months ago #7115

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See attached photo, it was before I started cleaning and polishing and its a lot less noticable now, but its still there. Would I have to wet sand it down and recoat it to get rid of this?
I put a quarter next to it so you can get an idea of scale.
Its mainly on the bow area, which naturally is exposed to the most sunlight.
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Re: What can be done for this finish problem? 9 years 10 months ago #7116

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Ignore the motor picture, I attached the wrong image. its the second picture

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Re: What can be done for this finish problem? 9 years 10 months ago #7124

Sunlight and flexing. Does this one have a clear coat? If not it looks like gelcoat failure - usually revealed as crazing but in this case these little cracks. Nothing you can to short of a total refinish.

Just my opinion

Peter
in Denver

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