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Old 23 March 2019, 06:15   #1
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EVA Fake teak floor

Each year I like to do the odd improvement to my various boats. This year I was wondering about adding some of this to the deck of my Rib. It is only a 4.5 m rib and with the console and seat I would not need much.


I was wondering if anyone has used it and how durable it is especially with the odd fuel spillage and mud and sand etc

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/94-x18-EV...UAAOSwHOZb5zAN
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Old 23 March 2019, 13:44   #2
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I used basically the same on my rib; I thought for the price itís worth a shot compared to seadek! Even if it only lasts a season.

Have to say so far itís lasting very well! I use the rib mainly for wakeboarding so gets boards bashed on it all the time. No cuts or rips, stuck down really well, easy to fit (although i couldíve done a better job) & nice and grippy.

Iíve given it a scrub a few times when itís got grubby with soap and a Brush and itís come up like new again. Seems fine with dirt but Iíve got a few small grease stains that donít come out with just the quick scrub.

Iíd recommend the stuff Click image for larger version

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I used basically the same on my rib; I thought for the price itís worth a shot compared to seadek! Even if it only lasts a season.

Have to say so far itís lasting very well! I use the rib mainly for wakeboarding so gets boards bashed on it all the time. No cuts or rips, stuck down really well, easy to fit (although i couldíve done a better job) & nice and grippy.

Iíve given it a scrub a few times when itís got grubby with soap and a Brush and itís come up like new again. Seems fine with dirt but Iíve got a few small grease stains that donít come out with just the quick scrub.

Iíd recommend the stuff Attachment 128809
Howís this stuff lasting?
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Old 23 September 2019, 18:19   #4
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Its a brilliant product imo.

It reduces noise if you are a fisherman. It adds grip. Its cool in summer, warm in winter.

In NZ Marinedeck 2000 is promoted a lot. I think its fin or norwegian company, going by the language on the actual official website.

Its easy to install and doesnt cost a lot and is durable as far as Im aware and easy to clean. Perfect for RIBs and such.

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