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Old 08-09-2015, 07:31   #16
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Faux 'holly and teak' flooring

I am in the midst of a refit/redesign of my Privilege cat. I decided to replace the cabin sole and wanted a faux 'holly and teak' flooring. I obtained quite a lot of samples from numerous manufacturers but I was not satisfied with most of them. Many of them looked just too fake; some of them were printed to resemble the pattern of holly and teak or they felt like a cheap kitchen linoleum flooring.

I found this Amtico flooring to be just right. It's thin but looks very real. I've had it down for a year now with not the slightest scratch or mark on it, even just inside the entrance way.

I used the CFL-W699 which is a 2 1/4" wide x 36" plank with 1/8" beach strip for the holly.
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Old 14-04-2019, 14:13   #17
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Re: Comments on PlasTEAK or Lonseal for Flooring

We have a 2003 FP Belize, and the main cabin floor needs to be replaced/resurfaced. I'm told that it is a laminate - possibly vinyl with a poly finish. I can see from the bilge covers that the material is about 1/8" thick.

For those boat owners who have used Lonseal:
- What was the surface you covered and how did you prepare the surface?
- Did you remove the old laminate or install over it?

Anyone else with experience using Lonseal over existing decking?

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