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Old 14 March 2008, 15:16   #11
Country: UK - Scotland
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I am going to say my personal preference is for non slip mat. I glued down full treadmaster on my last boat and after 4 years it looked as good as new despite some rough handling from dive cylinders.
I intend to fit it again on the new hull although I may use the new lighter pattern. It will cost around 120 but is well worth it for longevity and comfort, no more skinned knees on sanded decks or bare worn patches!

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Old 14 March 2008, 16:44   #12
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You could go crazy like me and re flowcoat it with some non slip carborandum additive. LOTS of prep required but an ultra hard wearing, professional looking job at the end of it!

I'm going on Amazon in a mo to find a beginners guide to fibreglassing book

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