Dave are you saying the re resin process is not something that you would recommend ?mmsailor;
I second on that company as I have only heard positive comments. However, if you are going to replace the sail at the end of next year without any rips or loose stitching, may I suggest a good sailboat sail cleaner. It has been so long but I would suggest that as it would be easier and cheaper for you.
I've used Sailcare and they do an outstanding job of cleaning and re-resining. With that said, I second the opinion to just use an inexpensive cleaner if you plan to get new ones in a year. IIRC, it was over $400 to do my main and jib on a Cal 25.I thought there was a company that did a re resin process to bring life back to older sails . I realize there is no substitue for a new sail , just trying for another year before biting the bullet .
One thing to remember is that high quality Dacron sailcloth actually has very little resin in it. Resin is added to sub-par quality cloth to reduce the wind permeability. The Sailcare process adds resin and stiffens up old worn cloth, but it is not a permanent fix, nor is the end result the same as high quality dacron.Dave are you saying the re resin process is not something that you would recommend ?