It seems clear the stuff all works well enough. Applied interior
or exterior all of the products do hold up well. There is still the issue of execution and making the job look great.
About the only negative that has come up is it really does not look like teak
, but if you liked the look of one brand of synthetic over the other I would go that way. These types of materials have been a round for a while. There isn't much question about the durability.
Real asian teak decking is almost impossible to find at anything other than a hideous price
. The forest managed honey teak you commonly see really is only sort of like teak. It only has 1/3 the natural oil
content of real asian teak. It does not hold up as well without constant care.
There also a whole host of cut and glued nonskip products as well. They too work well but getting a perfect installation
is not so easy.