KATIE AND JESSIE ON A BOAT
Ain’t nothing a little bleach can’t fix ~ have fun ~ wear gloves and don’t forget to open the hatches.
Mark and Cindy
s/v Cream Puff
Jessie & Katie
Good to see you are back on Louise. I have enjoyed reading and seeing the photos of your adventures. I may be able to help in a small way so you can continue. On one of your past post you mentioned the tiller was delaminating. I have a barn full of wood to make a replacement or two. Let me know if you are interested.
Don, anything helps. Where are you located? and what would you charge? email me : ) firstname.lastname@example.org
I sent you a email to your gmail account.
Your dock awaits your arrival…Brian and Ken
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!!!!!! you two!!! ichiban?
haha aww, Jessie, you told me she was a hot mess when you left her. Bummer she stiiinks so baad! A little TLC and she’ll be in ship shape I’m sure!
she’ll smell like flowers, butterflies and unicorns by the end of the week
love your blog. How about putting an ozone generator into Louise. Waite for 5 hours away from your boat. This will kill all the mold and remove any organic smell. Works wonder.
Good luck in preparing Louise for the next trip.
i like this idea. you got one? never heard of one.
Here in Germany you can either rent units in car cleaning companies or by simple versions online. Don’t forget to turn it of and get lots of air into Louise. Ozone is toxic (that is why it desintegrates all organic stuff)
Like the vids and look forward to seeing your travels resume!
Boats really need ventilation when stored… they will go stinky without it. Live and learn. Wash it all down with a bleach solution… and scrub with soft scrub and keep well ventilated.
It’s good to see your back at it. Thanks for the update.
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