I’ve spent the last day cleaning the workshop after a big project during which I could hardly move in the workshop never mind see the floor to clean it. So I can certainly empathise with the pair of old duffers and there dry throats in the advert above. Quaffing a few pints while at work, a sure fire way to lose a few fingers, and it’s very difficult to open a can with your teeth after that.
Of course beer is the perfect additive for getting gleaming topsides, once the beer goggles are firmly on any imperfections will be erased and you’ll be filled with pride at a job well done. No matter, that you, the boats all round and probably your car are covered in drips and splashes.
I was prompted to post this after seeing it on Retronaut, which is a very interesting site and meeting one of my readers, hope you enjoy this one Caroline. I’d love to hear from my other readers, I know you’re out there, and if you’re thinking about having your own boat built give me a ring +353 (0)86 158 6937 or send me an email or fill out the Roeboats contact form. Don’t worry you won’t hear me slurring my words, I find fizzy pop much better for a dry throat these days.
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