by Pip Hurn

Pip Hurn is a graphic artist and brightwork specialist, based on Boston's North Shore

Down to the Bone

by Pip Hurn, Posted April 21, 2013
Often the hardest part of refinishing wood on a boat is getting the old finish off. Unfortunately, there is no magic solution. It usually takes a combination of methods, all involving a large tub of elbow grease and a bucket of patience.
Not so long ago, boat owners would recoil in horror at the mention of Cetol. It was a product used by amateurs who didn’t know any better and the result was an orange coating that dulled quickly and did nothing to enhance the grain of any wood.
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