kayak, you do nice work too.
I kind of enjoy showing off my old work, especially since I was self taught. Hope the facebook link works for my pic. This was taken at the old "Sacramento Boat Emporium" on Pyrites way.
Perfection is subjective, chasing 100% results will be elusive and frustrating.
As one who did glass and gel repair ( and was damn good at it) for many years in Sac. There is ONE shop who made me look like a rookie Morrison Marine off Coloma in Rancho. I hope the economy has not shut him down because he is the best and a standup guy.
Where does everybody go to get there scratches fixed on there boat when it gauges through three different colors and stripes with heavy sparkle? A boat paint is done the opposite a car. On a boat, it is built in a mold and the clear goes on first then the sparkle then the stripes then the color than the fiberglass. I have worked in auto restoration and collision shops for 35 years and have been repairing my own and can still only get about 95% perfection.
Last edited by siskiyoufisherman; 02-11-2013 at 03:46 PM.