Finally, at long last, I got the mahogany plywood that’s been cut and fitted since March into the origami spray booth for coating with ICA clear coat.
I came back to the boatyard to find that a trailered sailboat had been moved onto the new patch of gravel next to my tent. Unfortunately, there’s not much room between the sailboat and the origami spray booth. Now my first priority is moving the booth.
Unfortunately, the time it took to move the booth delayed hanging the panels. By the time I got finished hanging them, it was too late to spray…have to delay until the next morning.
A passing shower caused rain to drip around the perimeter of the tent, where the water just happened to drop on the string that’s suspending a few panels. It ran down the string and made the wood damp…can’t spray until that dries completely.
Next up in our 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: Sanding and Spraying the 2nd Coat on the Mahogany Panels