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A Guide to Resurfacing Your Transom - Step 6

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Resurfacing a transom

After removing the accumulated dust and other contaminants from the transom’s surface with a clean rag soaked in denatured alcohol (and checking for any residue by resanding a couple of times and swiping the surface each time with more alcohol), Lowe sprays its edges, as well as all the areas where hardware will be re-installed, with Bulldog Adhesion Promoter. “It keeps the paint from lifting around the edges,” he explains. “If the paint lifts, it’ll lift on or near the edges of something, whether we’re talking the transom itself, the stern light, or one of the scupper covers.”

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