Does anyone have experience with the Farrow System technology for wooding a carvel planked hull? If you're not familiar with it and curious, check this website: http://www.farrowsystem.com/default.asp (No commercial connection with me) It is allegedly quite different from high pressure "blasting" such a soda or sand and can be operated at low pressures such as around 25 PSI. Their proprietary method uses what sounds like a pumice slurry. I have seen impressive pictures of antique furniture cleaned using this without damage or rasied grain. I'm thinking about using it to remove many layers of bottom paint on a carvel planked, atlantic white cedar hull which is in excellent condition, including caulking, and should need little or no repair. I'm nervous about damaging the cauking, with no basis for that anxiety other than ignorance of what to expect, and would be grateful for any comments. Thank you.
Jock B