This morning we started with two empty molds. The molds had been sanded to 800 grit wet and then covered with 10 layers of wax (releasing agent). Two layers of fiberglass were used to construct the hull. Initially, we thought that one layer would be thick enough. However, concerns with rigidity led to the construction using several layers. Prior to releasing the hull from the mold, we let the curing fiberglass sit in the sun for several hours. Removal of the hull was conducted with compressed air and water.