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  1. Thanks Rick. Good advice - I would plan to let the CPES cure for at least several days (and temperature dependent).
  2. I'm restoring a 1960 16' lapstrake outboard runabout. The interior hull and ribs do not have any flaking - I'm thinking to prep using Scotchbrite fine pads and then soap/water wash. SeaGold is a new product - does anybody have any experience with it? My plan is to use it for the interior finish down to the water line (not in the bilge). Is it compatible with CPES?. I'm thinking I would apply one coat of CPES as a sealer prior to SeaGold application. My other product choice is Cetol. Does anybody know how they differ?