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walnut shell blasting

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5 years 5 months ago #2271 by jamsac
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One of the guys here in the V.F.D. does dry ice blasting. About the same price as sand blasting with zero residue. Going to have him do my engine room cover inside before I get another guy from the department to spray foam it for sound abatement.

James

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5 years 5 months ago - 5 years 5 months ago #2280 by dmcb
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Wow. I am thinking of all the hours I spent on my 3870 sanding the bottom after I bought it.
It was hot, I got dehydrated. I had about 1/2 hours work left and I just couldn't do it.
Had to get all dirty the next day to finish.
I have done quite a bit of sand blasting and can see how easy that was compared to what I did.

Doug
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5 years 5 months ago #2281 by k-townguy
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good job man, glad it worked for ya ;-) . Sure saves on the joints and muscles from all the scraping and sanding eh...what are the future plans, fresh anti-fouling or epoxy bottom coat?

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5 years 5 months ago #2283 by jamie mac
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k-townguy wrote: good job man, glad it worked for ya ;-) . Sure saves on the joints and muscles from all the scraping and sanding eh...what are the future plans, fresh anti-fouling or epoxy bottom coat?

probaly antifouling not to knowledgeable on epoxy bottom coat. maybe some one hear can tell me the difference.

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5 years 2 months ago #2658 by jamie mac
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k-townguy wrote: good job man, glad it worked for ya ;-) . Sure saves on the joints and muscles from all the scraping and sanding eh...what are the future plans, fresh anti-fouling or epoxy bottom coat?

i went with antifouling paint that is common among local fishermen

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