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Re: Sealing the interior
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Glassing and sealing the interior would definitely add some steps to the process, but I would think it was worth it.

Yes, I agree.
That 'Sliver' site (link posted by Dan Thaler) made the construction sequence much clearer.

A strip SUP is a lot of work! I'm relieved that I'm not a SUP fan, so needn't put that on my 'ToDo' list! :-)

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