After sanding the second coast of primer, I hauled the Skerry back into the garage. I began cleaning the hull with tack cloth and then whipped her down with a denatured alcohol. I taped off the rails and began painting using a 6″ roller and foam tipping brush. I used the technique seen in this video: Interlux Brightsides Roll and Tip Technique. I learned not to do too much at once, only moving about 12″ down the hull at a time. If you don’t it is difficult to keep a wet edge. The paint I used was Interlux Brightsides Hatteras Off White (1990).
Time Spent: 3.0 Hours
Total Time In Build: 152 Hours