The plan is to spray the primer coats and topcoats complete on the pilothouse bulwarks, cockpit
etc. Also spray one topcoat on the deck area + 2 more topcoats on the shiny deck areas between the non-skid areas
Then add flattening agent, and roll the non-skid areas, sprinkle on silica sand. Roll one more coat of top coat over the sand.
Still cannot find plastic beads other than extra coarse and fine so silica sand it looking like the only available choice
As the rollered areas have a flattening agent, shiny is not required nor desired.
Is Interthane 990 as durable on the non-skid areas as Perfection or Awlgrip?
Is the Interthane 990 as shiny and "yachitie" as Perfection or Awlgrip?
Is Interthane 990 easier to touch up on the non-skid areas (sanding sand aside)?
The only available alternative is to use Imron 700 (the paint stuff and not yachitie) on the topsides and shiny deck areas, then roller Interthane 990 on the non-skid areas