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A Guide to Resurfacing Your Transom - Step 9

Resurfacing a transom

After he has mixed the Awlcraft 2000 in accordance with the directions on the can (as well as the knowledge he’s acquired by working in the boat business for more than 50 years), Lowe adjusts the nozzle on his spray gun, tries a few false starts on the masking paper, and then has at it. He applies one light, wet, tack coat, moving steadily back and forth across the transom’s surface, lets it flash off for about a half hour, applies a second coat, lets it flash off for another half hour, and then finally, applies a third coat. “Man,” I say, “Looks pretty darn good, Kenny.”

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