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Old 14-10-2014, 12:55   #16
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Re: How to prepare factory molded nonskid for paint

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All I can say is, we all have different definitions of "looks fantastic". If you've done exactly what the OP is interested in, why not post some pics for him?
Good call, but not being on the boat this is the only one I can come up with. Hope it shows up.

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Old 14-10-2014, 14:31   #17
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Re: How to prepare factory molded nonskid for paint

Thanks so much for the replies. I have a friend who just applied the Kiwi to his factory textured areas, and it looks great! However, my texture is much more aggressive, and I can see spots on his where the product bled through a bit....I would think mine would look a bit rough. I'm planning to do my cock pit cover w/the interlux non skid and see how I like that.
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