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Re: Taping butt joints

Posted by: Randy Knauff on November 28, 1999


> Thank you in advance for your help in what will probably be the first of
> many questions. Some of the very best tools I had while building my boat were a 2 inch carbide scraper and a 1/2 inch carbide scraper. Until I got to my varnishing finish coats, I hardly had to sand anything, ever! On my butt joints, and on ANY later overlapping glass layers, these scrapers would taper the edge of the glass for the next layer or epoxy coat so they were almost invisible. I got them thru Woodcraft, 1-800-225-1153. But now our local Eagle Hardware carries them, also. They saved me many dusty hours.

Randy

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