jprice wrote:Interesting stuff.
I wonder what exactly "UV stability" means? Does that mean it won't degrade at all from UV rays? Or is it just more resistant than normal epoxy, but still susceptible to it?
Grampa Steve wrote:Still trying to figure out which color to stain the deck. First section is colonial maple, then cherry, then gun stock, then early American then golden pecan at the stern. Any opinions?
Grampa Steve wrote:Billy, we were going for the maximum contrast with the natural unstained maple as shown, but I now think it's not doing what we were imagining. Something's not quite right, so we'll try some "honey maple" stain on the covering boards and we'll also try a pre stain sealer that might give us better results or different color shades with these stains as well.
billy c wrote:thought maybe you were going for something similar to this contrast
Andy Garrett wrote:The tapered cover boards really elongate the boat visually. I love that look.
I had already planned a similar look for mine with the coverboards and kingplank all meeting at the bow in a sharp point. I can now use you beautiful vessel as a guide!
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