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Caulking Tips

 

 

Video of the Maritime Museum Shipwright showing caulking technique.

For more information do not hesitate to call us or have a look at Davey & Co. Catalogue here.

caulked seam

 

 

(Left) A caulked seam with caulking from thin side just protruding through

feeding oakum/cotton


 

(Left) Initially feed oakum or cotton into joint. Note: The lighter wooden mallet used to load the seam.

firmly packed with caulking hammer

 

 

 

(Two Feature Left)
The aim is to pack the oakum/cotton firmly without pushing excessively through the seam.

Note: The shipwright is now using a caulking hammer to compress the oakum into the seam.

firmly packing with caulking hammer

caulked deck

 

 

(Left) A classy example of a caulked deck and then Jeffries Marine Glue applied to seams. This Technique has been used for centuries to seal decks and keep the crew dry.
Used by: New Endeavour and James Creaig

 
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