I’d spend the few extra bucks and get a good 3M tape. I just did some Awlcraft 
painting for gloss and non-skid on my hatches and I used the Awlgrip (and my 
painter) recommended 3M 218 Fine Line tape for masking the gloss vs. non-skid 
prior to spraying. I’ll be masking off the entire deck sometime this week or 
next and I find the 218 properties to be easy to use. Electrical tape is a bit 
stretchy and I’m not fond of the glue used.

Don’t know what your setup with the boat in the yard is but a good way to mark 
the waterline and boot stripes is with a laser. Boat’s gotta be level 
fore-and-aft and side-to-side.

Dave Godwin
1982 C&C 37 - Ronin
Reedville - Chesapeake Bay
Ronin’s Overdue Refit <http://roninrebuild.blogspot.com/>
> On Sep 20, 2016, at 10:03 AM, Joel Aronson via CnC-List 
> <cnc-list@cnc-list.com> wrote:
> David,
> I would check with the manufacturer to see what you can use over AwlGrip.
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 9:59 AM, David via CnC-List <cnc-list@cnc-list.com 
> <mailto:cnc-list@cnc-list.com>> wrote:
> Neil,
> You are the man...as my next question was how to follow the extreme curvature 
> under the stern (waterline and curves widens radically to maintain visual 
> width when hull tucks under).
> This is my solution.
> Thanks!
> David F. Risch
> (401) 419-4650 <tel:%28401%29%20419-4650> (cell)


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