Hazy interior doors

Discussion in 'General Maintenance/Repair Questions' started by Charlesoceanone, Sep 23, 2019.

  1. Charlesoceanone

    Charlesoceanone Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    214
    Dec 14, 2014
    Harbor Shores Marina, St Joseph, Michigan
    2009 52DB
    QSM11
    F73AAA54-059E-4199-87FE-690DE985BB11.jpeg with winter lay up approaching I am looking to see if anyone has been able to fix this issue. All of my interior doors have this haze in some way or another. I’m assuming a wood shop could do his but if anyone has done this somewhere in particular please let me know. I’m sure shipping them wouldn’t be an option so I will probably be taking a road trip somewhere.
     
  2. Rocket

    Rocket Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    595
    Jan 14, 2008
    Long Island NY
    2007 48 Sundancer
    Previous: 2004 420DA, 2007 320DA, 2006 240DA
    Cummins QSC 540 8.3
    This was a common problem for the searay yachts. Ive seen it on many of the 2008-2009 48DA's that we looked. As i understand the urethane coating was applied while there was still moisture in the wood. The result was this milking. I dont recall anyone actually fixing these. I believe the door would have to be removed, stripped, and stain/recoated. Sorry this doesnt help but any wood worker can help you.
     
  3. Charlesoceanone

    Charlesoceanone Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    214
    Dec 14, 2014
    Harbor Shores Marina, St Joseph, Michigan
    2009 52DB
    QSM11
    That’s pretty much as I figured. Does anyone have any recommendations of a wood shop that can handle this type of service.
     

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