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BRIGHTWORK Wood refinishing

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Latest Activity: Oct 19, 2014

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How did you do it? What process? Please Post Photos if Can

Started by LOLA. Last reply by zeehag Sep 30, 2010. 15 Replies

State your process

Which Color is your Brightwork?

Started by LOLA. Last reply by Mstrsail May 17, 2010. 4 Replies

I went with the shade that was on the boat,  Mine seems to match the Teak interior. I see color ranges from Blond to Walnut. I have seen some really beautiful finishings and shades.The photo here…Continue

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Comment by LOLA on October 11, 2011 at 10:17pm
BEAUTIFUL JOE
Comment by Joe Goodrow on May 22, 2011 at 10:57pm
Comment by LOLA on September 30, 2010 at 5:12pm
Ge sure to see DISCUSSION FORUM Above too
Comment by LOLA on May 7, 2010 at 12:05pm
I will post this here also, but I do have a discussion above to tell us how you did yours,

I made my own stain from acrylic paint, and sanded the worn sections to smooth over to good areas.Then applied my homemade stain, I then put Polyurathane, high gloss over. I waited a day and applied a 2nd coat.
 

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Bruce Bogdanoff replied to sam's discussion water in sump near shaft packing gland in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"My hose clamps also needed tightening last year after I overheated the engine after an impeller failure. I assumed it was because the hose expanded or the clamp was not tightened properly when the boat was built. Final-Lee Ben. 40, hull 182"
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water in sump near shaft packing gland

I recently found water in the sump aft of the engine under the packing gland. Of course my first suspicion was the Volvo gland, but turns out that the water was coming from the entry to the water lift muffler. Tightening both hose clamps stopped the leak. I had never checked those clamps before as they were a bit out of the way, but I suggest that its worth the effort. I found that the aft wood partition on the engine compartment was easy to remove / replace and enhanced access. Took the…See More
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