Don't get me wrong, I'm pleased to have finished priming but boy is it boring - AS are the comments of passers by. ONE chap the other evening stopped his car and shouted in the broadest south Yorkshire accent "If thow puts any more paint on that chuffing boat, it'll **ing sink" - MOST helpful!
I've ditched rollers now in favour of a decent brush - only 3 inches mind and although it's still only undercoat, it's not going on badly (if a little slower) at all. The port side now has 2 decent undercoats on top of the 5 primers and is ready for some top coats - WHICH I'm picking up this morning when I call in to collect some other stuff for work. £180 for 4 tins of paint feels a bit steep but it's a nice hard wearing polyurethane 1 pack we use at work. BEFORE then however, the starboard side needs 1 more undercoat and then on to the roof (again)... and those brilliant (but a pain in the arse to remove) solar panels.
Tonight however, it's time to visit the engine hole and give it a bit of a spring clean in preparation for Saturday's BSS man. I've bought some 'basics' nappies to mop up the water that got in through the leaking gates on last weekends trip so by close of play tonight it will be all clean and dry in there again.
I've also fitted another shelf into a wardrobe to
Oddly, I don't seem to have taken any photos this week - I suppose paint drying really IS boring!
Did I mention I found a couple of really bright 12v Led lights on ebay the other day