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Charlie Rock gets her name.  it's all in the prep!  I had never used the
Charlie Rock gets her name. it's all in the prep! I had never used the "wet install" method for boat or truck decals. What a breeze. Not a single bubble, even where they had been shipped, or stored with wrinkles. The bigger the squeegee the better. And painters tape for location marking. 2 hours of prep ( port and starboard name rapes, 187th aarct decals on both side and cabin door, port of call on stern, and registration on both sides of bow). An hour to dry, and 45 mins of tape and backing removal.
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C co, 1st Battalion 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team
C co, 1st Battalion 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team
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PXL 20201010 171528317.MP
PXL 20201010 171528317.MP
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3.4 miles from the mouse, 4.5 from our daughter's house, and 42 mins from boat tree marina in Sanford
3.4 miles from the mouse, 4.5 from our daughter's house, and 42 mins from boat tree marina in Sanford
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I used the heat gun with flat directing nozzle and a wide putty knife for removal.  Slow and steady, let the heat do the work, no gelcoat damage.  The cape cruiser name had been there for 14 years.  A light scrub with acetone removed all the glue and adhesive residue.  A quick buff with sopay water, then windex removed all the acetone. Water side vs dock side was a little dicey for all steps.  Should have reversed the boat in her slip for the starboard.
I used the heat gun with flat directing nozzle and a wide putty knife for removal. Slow and steady, let the heat do the work, no gelcoat damage. The cape cruiser name had been there for 14 years. A light scrub with acetone removed all the glue and adhesive residue. A quick buff with sopay water, then windex removed all the acetone. Water side vs dock side was a little dicey for all steps. Should have reversed the boat in her slip for the starboard.
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