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Boat painting course

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Morning folks

 

Anyone know of a boat painting course taking place in 2017?

 

I've checked with NBSC and they aren't running any this year.

 

Kevin

 

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Thanks Keith, I'll give her a try, but it looks more like 'roses and castles', I'm wanting to paint the entire outside of the boat.

 

Kevin

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Yep, they are who I've contacted, nothing doing in 2017.

Have you checked out John Barnard's youtube channel, he goes into great detail about preparation and application.

After watching his channel i would feel confident enough to make a start. Try a small area first, a hatch or door for example.

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Have you checked out John Barnard's youtube channel, he goes into great detail about preparation and application.

After watching his channel i would feel confident enough to make a start. Try a small area first, a hatch or door for example.

+1 a quite amazing series of videos.

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I can recommend Phil Speight's courses. I did one a few years ago and then felt very confident to tackle boat painting jobs. (I started with my roof)

The course I did was 2 days - packed with practical information and demonstrations, and tips for what to do when things go wrong.

see - http://www.canaljunction.com/philspeight/

give him a call

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Have you checked out John Barnard's youtube channel, he goes into great detail about preparation and application.

After watching his channel i would feel confident enough to make a start. Try a small area first, a hatch or door for example.

I have, I've got them saved, very good they are, but there's nothing like actually trying it out first with supervision.

 

Thanks IDS, I'll give him a try.

 

Kevin

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