Posts Tagged with ‘Kiwi Grip’
15 Jun 2013
Mmmmm, kiwi for breakfast. That’s just what I was thinking when I woke up at 8 am this morning to get ready for boatwork. I hoped I could make Tate’s mouth water too as I raised the shade and gently rallied him out of bed. We didn’t want to wait any longer and picked today, early to beat the HEAT, to finish our kiwigrip project. A small pot of coffee and off we headed to the marina.
If you can remember a couple of weeks ago we ran out of kiwigrip with the starboard side left to […]
27 May 2013
One of the things we’ve found to help us during our topside refit projects is flexibility. When the weather God(ess) is telling you not to do one thing you have to listen and then do another. Idle time is not well spent when you have a boat that needs as much work as Sundowner. So it came to be that this weekend… There was wind. And a fair amount of it. So instead of fighting the wind up the mast we decided to soldier on continuing with other nagging projects that need doing. […]
22 May 2013
As usual on Tuesday after work I headed to the boat to continue progress while the weather is still cool enough to not look like a Changeling having a bad day while doing so. Progress is particularly important right now since we have planned to repaint the non-skid with Kiwi Grip this weekend! I need to sand any rough epoxy and the area around any exposed wooden dowels used after the old teak deck removal to prepare them for Epoxy Primekote.
After the pain in the butt to mix 2 part epoxy […]