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Old 08-01-2018, 10:29   #16
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Re: Where to buy this kind of flooring

I have some Lonseal samples. I will likely go with that.
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After much research, I had Plasteak installed inside & out. You can diy. For interiors, go for a light shade with holy, not onyx.

If you diy, be aware that many adhesives sold in the US can cause heart & stroke problems if used in a confined space without heavy ventilation. Many are banned in the EU.

https://www.plasteak.com/plasteak-re...erior-flooring
Do you work for plasteak? Just asking since they are in Ohio. The Gribbles are nice people. I do business with them. Last boat I did I used their product on the exterior cockpit, flybridge and deck, but I did like the nautikflor for the interior. They have all different combinations of colors. Take a look at their product.
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Banggood.com they list it in rolls, measured in meters @ approx $30.00 a roll.
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Hello all,

I would like to replace my flooring with something that looks like what's in this picture. I have no idea where to go to get it, or if it is a veneer I can laminate on top of the plain boards I have now. I have a lot of experience doing my own laminate work so that is not a big deal.

If anyone could direct me where to find it I would appreciate that.

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I suggest looking at a product called Amtico. I comes in endless varieties but one is teak and holly. It is laid in 3"teak and 1/4"holly strips. I have had in my galley for 15 years and it looks as good as the day it was installed. It is quite expensive but well worth it. It is zero maintenance and if installed with their adhesive is guaranteed for life. George in St Thomas
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Hello all,

I would like to replace my flooring with something that looks like what's in this picture. I have no idea where to go to get it, or if it is a veneer I can laminate on top of the plain boards I have now. I have a lot of experience doing my own laminate work so that is not a big deal.

If anyone could direct me where to find it I would appreciate that.

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Old 08-01-2018, 13:51   #21
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I have Amtico faux teak@holly, installed in 2015, and looks exactly like the real thing. But way less maintenance. Here's one source:

Fort Lauderdale Teak & Holly Interior Boat Flooring - Custom Marine Carpentry
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Following..need to replace ours too...
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Re: Where to buy this kind of flooring

Amazon, comes in 90" x 35" rolls which are self-adhesive.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073W87SLS...VZRDQWS3&psc=1
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Should I remove old 5/8 plywood with teak & Holly veneer before using PlasTeak or similar product. My floor boards already weigh a lot, but it might be more work than simply adding another layer.
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Just scuff with 80 grit
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Should I remove old 5/8 plywood with teak & Holly veneer before using PlasTeak or similar product. My floor boards already weigh a lot, but it might be more work than simply adding another layer.
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Whatever you use, you want to reduce the subfloor by the thickness of the new product to get back to original height. If not you may create gaps on the perimeter or bind up against a bulk head. If your not replacing the original deck, make sure to add the difference on the outside edge or you will be short the difference in the width of the hull.
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