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Old 17 June 2014, 16:48   #11
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Interdeck is the really fine (like 1000 grit) non slip you see on yacht decks.

Apparently preparation is crucial-ie, TFR the deck clean twice then degrease before applying.
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Interdeck is the really fine (like 1000 grit) non slip you see on yacht decks.

Apparently preparation is crucial-ie, TFR the deck clean twice then degrease before applying.
makes sense now about Interdeck..... and woohoo ..... early lesson learned from a spray painter years ago who helped me restore an old vintage Fordson .. if in doubt .. wash with synthetic thinner first, which I did ... quite surprising actually what it removed from the deck , stain wise .. I mean i use this stuff all the time , but I'd never needed to clean the deck of the rib before, but there is a lot of crap gets stuck on there over time
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