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Ocean Safety 2021 - LEADERBOARD

Red Roo winter makeover video

by SV Red Roo 19 Apr 22:29 UTC
Our first section completed, sanded, polished & waxed. The stark contrast is easy to see © SV Red Roo

Check out three minute video below which condenses a month of work on Red Roo out of the water in Turkey this winter!

Details of the work (listed in previous blog post Talking Turkey)

It was a long seven step process;

  • Hand sand around pin stripes and detail.
  • Machine Sand with 1000 grit sand paper to remove the majority of the oxidation.
  • Machine Sand with 1500 grit sand paper to finish oxidation removal and remove 1000 grit scratches
  • Machine Sand with 2000 grit sand paper to finish and remove 1500 grit scratches.
  • Course polish
  • Fine polish (two coats)
  • Wax (two coats)

This article has been provided by the courtesy of SV Red Roo.

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