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Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Pressure Washer Weekend...
...was last weekend. I am always surprised and the amount of dirt that builds up on the deck over the winter. Never really looks that bad till you hit it with the pressure washer. Good news, no leaks in the hull-to-deck joint. Also did some experimentation with door slides made out of UHMW. Mocked up the forward pocket door using a piece of doorskin and door slides cut from 1 inch UHMW. Worked out ok, will need to be refined some more.