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Old 05-25-08, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default Camo Clad VS. Paint

In cost camoclad is 279.99 for the entire kit for a 17 ft boat (enough to do the livewell thing or the motor). Whats the cost for sanding priming and painting? I do own a compressor and air gun.
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Old 05-25-08, 09:38 PM   #2
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I did vynil for 11 years and camo clad is not as easy as it appears! if you decide to go this route let me know
and i will give you some tips to make it go smoother
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ah my mom walpapers.. but i'll take the tips if i do it.. my dad says we'll paint it and if it comes out crappy we'll camo it
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Old 05-26-08, 04:49 PM   #4
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Default Camo Clad VS. Paint

Well it all depends on what look your goin for and how pretty you want it to be. Camo clad Is something that if your on the water and tear it up some how, you can go back in and replace where as you mess up your nice new paint you might not be to happy. As far as difficulty; camo clad is not the easiest stuff to apply. But prep work is pretty minimal compared to painting. Also you have to be a little more patient with painting. Definitely take as much as advice as you can on camo clad. Let everyone know what you decide.
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well my dad says were gunna paint it and if it looks crappy we'll camo it.. so if it does mess up, it wont mess up much.. i'm gunna go get the motor off now probally and start with the wood removal. then time to flip it
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