Originally Posted by darylat8750
Please press on and keep us informed! My gel-coat is chipped and nasty on my fly bridge floor. I've been considering this stuff myself.
I put a similar product on my garage floor but without the nonskid so it is slippery when wet but man it is tough! When I get out to the barn I'll get the brand and type of product I used. My house is remotely situated in the mountains and my driveway is a mile of decomposed granite gravel that gets tracked into the garage. 5+ years and the only place cement is showing is a small area right around the floor drains where I may not have prepped perfectly.
You know come to think of it years back I worked on a vessel that was leed certified. It was a 90 foot steel
powerboat and I think they may have used this very product. It was rock solid just like the paint
they use on State Ferry
Boats. I think I am going to go ahead and just do the non skid areas with their non skid product and if I like it I will do the coach roof and cockpit
with their industrial floor coating.
I know some may view using this stuff as a half measure but I really want to try to green up my live aboard existence. Boats are pretty nasty living spaces. Lots of mold
, and lots of chemicals from the sealants we use, to varnish
, to polyester, and epoxy
to voc's from paint
. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I'm not an extremist. On the contrary the products we generally use on our boats are extreme and I am looking to moderate my impact on myself, wife and environment