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  1. #51
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    Default Re: scraping it all off

    if you can give me the water line dimensions, beam and draft sizes i can give you a quotation
    Boating Ladette

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    Default Re: scraping it all off

    Thanks Matt. The thought of scrapping is what stopped me doing it this season and had heard bad stories of chemical paint removers being very messy and hard work.

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    Default Re: scraping it all off

    it is different to copprbot because we have a pattent which allows us to use a micro porous addative that regulates the rate of leaching of copper from the coatings. also it takes less coats.
    Boating Ladette

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    Default Re: alright then

    Could you recommend a supplier? Also advice on how to remove three year's accumulation, please?
    The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, and is not preceded by a period of worry and doubt.
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    Default Re: alright then

    we can supply to you with over night delivery anywhere in the uk. to remove your 3yr build up you could use strippit. an antifouling remover.
    Boating Ladette

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    Default Removall 610

    my earlier post refers to this stuff, worked very well indeed, not toxic or lurgified.

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    Default Re: alright then

    Sorry, excuse sense of humour (or lack of). Just trying to flush out anyone trying to do business on the forum before they get Kimmerised.

    Was going to get that swanky new boatscrubber stuff, as SteveE reckons it's given him an extra 3 knots, but he got a cheapo deal, and now they're booked up till September.
    The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, and is not preceded by a period of worry and doubt.
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    Default Re: No one belives me

    What do you know about badminton then? I'll believe that. Are you BAE registered?
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    Default Re: No one belives me

    No im not just yet. but i am playing for cornwal next season! yay
    Boating Ladette

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    Default Re: alright then

    Definitely dark chocolate, higher coco mix which has got to be bad for little urchines and weed.

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