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Old 03-17-2019, 04:45 PM
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My non skid is not the diamond pattern itís more like the sand type. What is the recommended method for this. The boat is about 18 months old and is stored indoors except on the weekends.
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My non skid is not the diamond pattern itís more like the sand type. What is the recommended method for this. The boat is about 18 months old and is stored indoors except on the weekends.
picture. Itís probably griptex and either paint or gelcoat
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Forgive me I didnít go into enough detail on my question. What is the recommended method to wax my type of non skid?
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For that, I would use Woody Wax. That's what it is made for. Follow directions and use it sparingly. 1 can will last a long time
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Originally Posted by chuck34 View Post
For that, I would use Woody Wax. That's what it is made for. Follow directions and use it sparingly. 1 can will last a long time
yes sorry i thought you meant you wanted to repair it...
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If you're waxing it, you can do it by hand or with our soft brush attachment. You can use a soft wool pad on low speed, but it needs to be well seasoned to avoid throwing hair everywhere. Pretty simple process, just apply it to the surface and remove the excess. Let me know if you have more questions or if you want me to go into more detail.
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Originally Posted by CaptSamShurhold View Post
If you're waxing it, you can do it by hand or with our soft brush attachment. You can use a soft wool pad on low speed, but it needs to be well seasoned to avoid throwing hair everywhere. Pretty simple process, just apply it to the surface and remove the excess. Let me know if you have more questions or if you want me to go into more detail.

yes i I have the brush attachment how do you recommend removing the excess most efficiently?
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A simple microfiber towel, the plusher the better, would be the perfect tool for removing the excess wax after applying it. Finish with a light wash with regular boat soap.
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Originally Posted by CaptSamShurhold View Post
A simple microfiber towel, the plusher the better, would be the perfect tool for removing the excess wax after applying it. Finish with a light wash with regular boat soap.
Thanx I was just worried about dealing with all the fuzz snagged by the microfiber.
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The brush attachment is the best. I just used it to do the floor in my shower. Looks like new and not really slippery.

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