The farrow blasting has finished, and even though she’s still wearing an old barrier coat, she looks completely bare to us.
After the paint removal, the farrow blaster crew washed our boat down, but a fine, shiny dusting mixed with blue bottom paint still coated every surface. An entire morning was dedicated to wetting down and scrubbing every reachable surface possible. Now it feels much better to the bare feet!
With the bottom paint completely removed, she looks like she has a case of the chicken pox. There are several large areas of what could have possibly been blisters at one point in time. Before applying our new barrier coat, we will smear epoxy across any chips, pits or pox.