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Old 17 November 2011, 18:20   #1
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I posted on here a little while back about laying treadmaster onto a aluminium tread plate deck, which i found out is a no go unless i smooth the whole deck down! which to be honest no chance, so i still have the issue of a very slippery deck, i tried protectakote which wasn't very good.

So now that moves me onto the whole point of this post, i have been told by the manufacturer of our rib that they now use Jotun paint and to use Penguard HB i was just wondering if anyone has any experience with it or any advice on how to apply it .

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Old 18 November 2011, 05:22   #2
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Truly superb stuff! however that is a primer you have listed you need to put in some jotafloor (1 believe, but I expect Polwart will google an answer for you soon) in the top coat.

Like any adhesive process preperation is the key and you will have to take the ali back to clean and shiny i suggest an Angle grinder with one of these attached.

Silverline Polycarbide Abrasive Wheel Disc 115mm / 4 1/2in - Transtools. Be warned an angle grinder is not a tool to be used by a child so keep the teenagers away from it away from it

the apply the 2 part as per instructions it s that easy! Ad it has phenomanel nah fenominal nah phennominal drat really good adhesive powers. we did the deck of our 8.4 jet boat about 5 years ago and it's phenomenally impressive stuff. do a search under Catjasp and you should find some photos of the Refurb

Is yours an Open Ribworker 38 with a mid engine and the console towards the rear on which case it shouldn't take to long to do the rear deckplate


Go do it you wont be disappointed
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Old 19 November 2011, 18:26   #3
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Posted the pics of the deck coating for you please note the prep of the Ali you gotta get in there and do it.! the last picture is with the primer applied we went with a grey deck and big grit...shoulda used medium as its hard on the skin
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Old 24 November 2011, 18:28   #4
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Cheers rouge wave looks good !
Going to order tomorrow and look to paint in the new year ,shall prep the deck well, spoke to jotun today and it seems the most important part is the prep.
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