I am sure that is an almost universal sentiment in regards to any sort of vehicular or domicile work. If it has or will have paint, it will need to be sanded smooth at some point. Do not think that I do not enjoy removing paint, I can grind paint off of cars, houses, and boats all day, I love making wafting clouds of paint dust (as my neighbors will concur), it is the getting stuff smooth like a baby’s bottom that I dislike.
Getting to that, I have spent the past week and a half filling in all crazing in Flirt’s cabin top with filler, sanding it down, and then redoing it again with finer grits to get her to this point.
Soon it will be time for epoxy primer, that means more sanding, but at least her cabin should be just as smooth and sleek as when Flirt first came off of SailStar’s production line in 1963