Hi folks, another thread talked about this kooldeck stuff so I thought to start a new one. I wanted to know if anyone has ever used this. I know there was something used to spray onto truck beds as a liner is it the same stuff? Has anyone have any experience with this?
Also, what have you done to your decks to keep them up. redo them? Paint
and sand? Stick on tradmaster? phony teak
? Linoleum, contact paper? (just kidding). We are looking at steel
boats (dreaming really at the moment) and have read that the rust streaks on the deck
are inevitable, and was hoping to combat that by using some form of overlay bedded in polysulfide or other good quality caulking materail. Basically seal the whole deck
with a layer of goo so the water
cant get there, and use it to stick on the decking. Can you do this with wood without the fasteners? People say 5200 keeps keels stuck on without keelbolts, couldnt the wood stay without fasteners to the deck?
The other alternative is the treadmaster type decking, but does that yellow with age, or pull up from the deck? How big a sheet can you get? I do not like the dark grey squares that I have seen on some boats, but it seems like a decent product. What do the big yachts that arent teak
use? Anyway, any thoughts?