Originally Posted by Pete7
I replaced some of the wooden supports under the deck with Teak which doesn't need treating and the ply was coated with polyester resin on the underside and GRP on the top. Worked well. Halmatic used Teak faced ply btw.
Thanks Pete, I read your Pacific thread with interest some time ago, very useful! I didn't realize the ply was teak faced, did you replace your deck with this or standard marine ply? The joinery workshop next door to me say that teak is almost impossible to get these days.
All the strips of 12mm that sit on top of the stringers seem dry and in good nick, I just thought I would give them another coat of that black stuff whatever it is.
The plan for the deck is basically as you suggest, coat of resin on the underside and GRP on top with a non slip flowcoat.