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Old 17 February 2011, 23:26   #1
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Deck Pictures

Does anyone have pictures of grey or white decks with black tubes?

I currently have a black GRP hull, decks, console and tubes. My deck is a little dull/faded. Interdeck paint doesn't come in black so I'd like an idea of what my decks will look like.

Can you paint Interdeck over top of sikaflex? (I've got black sika sealing my grp deck plates)

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Old 18 February 2011, 16:28   #2
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Hi Adrian
I don't have grey or White decks but I do have a teak flexideck type flooring on mine if that Interests you? I've a 5.8 metre rib and they laid the flooring when I got the boat for a really good price ..anyway let me know, no worries ignite not what you have in mind.. It does look classy though with the black tubes and console! 
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does Y-10 or FSR type stuff not clean black?

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It's not dirty, just faded grp (gelcoat). Anything that would bring back the shine (even if temporarily) would make the deck slippery.
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It's not dirty, just faded grp (gelcoat). Anything that would bring back the shine (even if temporarily) would make the deck slippery.
I believed that y-10 has a chemical reaction and remove the oxidisation of the gelcoat, restoring in back to ottoman colour, I only done it on my White hull rib with black tubes! I look out photo graph of it.

look for a bombard 5.5 DB on google images.


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Never heard of Y-10 so I searched...doesn't look like it will solve my problem (oxidation) I'd love a solution that would wipe on and wipe off!

Product Description

Y-10 STAIN ABSORBENT GEL removes stains from fiberglass hulls. The original fiberglass stain remover.

Easy to apply. Smooth blue gel specifically formulated to remove stubborn, unsightly stains. Harmless to fiberglass gel coats.

Effective against rust stains around engine exhaust ports or other fittings. Not a general cleanser and will not remove discolorations caused by oxidation, paint, tar or grease. Rustproof and shatterproof jar.
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Our Parker has grey hull & deck with black tubes, have a look at our website for some pictures.
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Thanks Steve. Looks pretty good. I'm going to try one brush on solution first. It's called
Poliglow. They make a version for decks that contains grit. Hopefully it works.
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This is the stuff you need, its brilliant. http://www.nyalic.com/

We used to get it from somewhere in Anacortes or Victoria though I cant remember where exactly.
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This is the stuff you need, its brilliant. http://www.nyalic.com/

We used to get it from somewhere in Anacortes or Victoria though I cant remember where exactly.
Sounds indeed like it's what I'm after. I'm guessing it would be pretty slick when wet. Ever add grit to it?
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