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Old 09 October 2015, 07:46   #1
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non skid on your deck?

what did you use?
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Old 09 October 2015, 08:14   #2
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flow-coat with grit?
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Old 09 October 2015, 09:10   #3
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artificial teak decking works well if a leisure rib, if commercial there is some paint on stuff you can get but i dont know its name, have seen it on another rib and works well.
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What about epoxy paint (garage floor stuff) with sand?

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I have used Kiwigrip on a few occasions and it worked well.
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I used kiwigrip on mine as well. Happy with it.
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You won't beat the Flow Coat/Sand combo...already mentioned,but Interdeck do a nonslip paint actually designed for the job..in various colours (which does contain an abrasive) and is OK....and easy to apply.
Just mask out the area you want (for a neat job) and apply with a Brush or roller,once you've got a Pattern on the deck it's easy to go over it every couple of seasons or so,depending on useage.
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Non-slip does what it says on the tin, but it wears hell out of anything placed upon it; bags, diving kit, cool boxes, dogs etc. I keep looking at the black/dark grey "teak" style decking but just can't decide.
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Non-slip does what it says on the tin, but it wears hell out of anything placed upon it;.
Love it, I flick the standard boating footwear (flip flops) off and go to town on the hard skin. Brings the plates of meat up a treat.
The beautician can then concentrate on the more delicate bits.
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Non-slip does what it says on the tin, but it wears hell out of anything placed upon it; bags, diving kit, cool boxes, dogs etc. I keep looking at the black/dark grey "teak" style decking but just can't decide.
Not too bad when you're stuff is strapped down properly...
it's the Friction/abrasion that does the damage to stuff..
Fake Teak ...expensive..not as grippy as what you have already....really needs to be put down /applied by pro's (seen plenty that came adrift even so) added weight..(yours is pretty loaded already
Something else to give you problems medium/long term...& more liesure/pleasure than ruffy tuffy Yorkie
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The beautician can then concentrate on the more delicate bits.
B,S & C?
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Not too bad when you're stuff is strapped down properly...
it's the Friction/abrasion that does the damage to stuff..
Fake Teak ...expensive..not as grippy as what you have already....really needs to be put down /applied by pro's (seen plenty that came adrift even so) added weight..(yours is pretty loaded already
Something else to give you problems medium/long term...& more liesure/pleasure than ruffy tuffy Yorkie

Fair point, I might get a small rubber mat for the area behind the seats just for the dog to stand on.
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Great info. Thanks. Headed to West Marine this morning.
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Awww dude - some of us were eating lunch - that image is gonna stay burned in the retina of my minds eye....
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Awww dude - some of us were eating lunch - that image is gonna stay burned in the retina of my minds eye....
Would you like a pic with your pud?
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I generally give you a very long leash - but in this case, I forbid it!
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Fair point, I might get a small rubber mat for the area behind the seats just for the dog to stand on.
I had same probs with the flowcoat with grit hard on the dog so bought the temporary camping floor tiles from go out doors stuck down with sikaflex cost less than 20 very light weight and last well
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A friend of mine just showed me a really cool alternative to sand... it is ground up rubber from old tennis balls. So it is grippy and non-slip, but non-abrasive. Not sure what it is called or where to get it... but I saw it on his deck and it is super lux. I am gonna re-sand the decks on my trawler and put that on... PITA since I just finished, but it will be worth it.
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A friend of mine just showed me a really cool alternative to sand... it is ground up rubber from old tennis balls. So it is grippy and non-slip, but non-abrasive. Not sure what it is called or where to get it... but I saw it on his deck and it is super lux. I am gonna re-sand the decks on my trawler and put that on... PITA since I just finished, but it will be worth it.
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