|As can be seen
above, things are coming together nicely. Now the
bulkhead is covered, at last I am able to apply the oak
trim up to it!
Deciding on types of trim is a difficult choice, and I'm like a kid in a candy store in the oak section of the store! 1/2" round was the choice for butting any walls to bulkheads as it doesn't really need an exact 90 degree angle to work.
It also bends fairly easily.The curves along the bulkead were partial, then cut once the wood couldn't go any more. For the slight curves, I nicked out the corner of the 1/2" 1/4-round every 2" or so to relieve the strain. If these areas weren't going to be hidden by cupboards and seats, I would have had to steam them to get a nice bend, but they are hidden so it's not worth the trouble.
|To the right is the sail
locker floor, sealed up with drainage hole, and wires
coming out from the end of the conduit kind of covered in
blue sticky stuff.
This Blue stuff is great! Once dry it has the feeling of rubber, and is very strong. Gena came up with an idea to coat bedding foam with it to add a barrier, then put that in the usual sleeve for a matress. This could keep out moisture well if applyed thinly.
It's worth a try!
Preparing for floor.
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7 hours - Prepared for floor forward, finished trim in galley/dining areas. wireless boatcam
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