@elbosso we're starting to get the hang of it, so no. We're closing up old thru-hulls which were becoming very unsafe.
@metasyn they were used for systems on the boat we don't use. We recently switched to a composting toilet, so that was 3 holes that become unused, we also had a salt- water intake(horrible idea), we had to close, etc-
@metkis they were holes in the old bathrooms for the sink output, salt water intake, etc.. We never used the sink and installed a composting toilet :)
@neauoire epoxy resin. I’ve never gotten dizzy from antifouling (fortunately, I’ve been covered in too much antifouling).
@lilletale We just do small batches at a time, and we wear glasses and a mask, it doesn't smell that bad. We're doing it outdoors too.
@neauoire Outdoors and protective gear helps a lot. I've always had to take lots of breaks when working with plastics, even when outside, which is why I was wondering in the first place.
@neauoire crumbs, how on earth do you stop the water getting in while you work? Or removing the epoxy while still wet?
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