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Old 16 January 2013, 14:43   #11
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Just to clarify, I wasn't suggesting using sand in paint, just saying it was cheap. It is actually a s**t idea, I used to use it on my 14 footer when I was about 12!

On the last project I used the non slip flow coat in the link above. Not that expensive and not that difficult to apply but 100% bulletproof.

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Ditto non slip flo coat not dear and last ages regardless of abuse given
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Old 16 January 2013, 15:08   #12
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Second best and more your DIY man , if flowcoat gets damp or cold it is fecked big stylie

Also add the extra accelerator offerd, it's set bloody quick

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