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that fishy looks so good.
where do you buy the powerpad and would it work on boat gelcoat?
are your clothes white from all the polish flying around, or do you like to be Mr. Kleen?
You can buy a Power Pad from Foam E-Z:http://www.foamez.com/power-pad-soft-8-8s30-p-128.htmlDon’t know much about working on boats though. I would think a belt or orbital sander would be the call for a boat.
To last anonymous, yes and yes!
That must be the bastard who has left three or so sanding nicks in every (sanded finish) board I’ve gotten in the past two years. Bro please don’t bring the pad down on the board at a high angle of attack while running RPMs, you are killing me.
If it was a sanded finish board not sure why I would put the power pad on it (in the photo I am taking out a gloss drip) but please bring those boards by the shop and I will fine tune your fins for you.
sorry Surfy, was commenting somewhat tongue-in-cheek about output from 3rd party glassing Chris used for sanded finishes recently, didn’t realize pic was of you. Now that Chris’s glassing is sorted in-house, seems to be all better. I should have asked him use you guys for those other boards.
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of the mega-corpo surf company: Surfy Surfy, Inc