AwlGrip 545 primer was applied. Each coat was sanded with 220 grit before the next was applied.
AwlGrip Cloud White were applied, also sanded between coats with 220 grit. Awlgrip recommends at least 300 grit, but I have had better luck with the 220 and the paint looks just as good. The tube sticking out of the deck leads to the exhaust in the galley and will have a fan attached later. At this point, we have not done anything with the decks except sanding.
36-inch bench seats on the aft end of the flybridge and these were always meant to be the replacement for the old seats. They were installed back to back, caulked along the bottom and securely fastened to the deck on the starboard side. These seats have lots of storage space in the base. They are vinyl covered with high density foam and plastic bases.
Tuff Coat non-skid material we used on our previous boat.
here, and this process would be exactly the same. The preparations take much, much more time than the actual application. First, all of the edges have to be carefully taped and any surfaces covered over that will not be coated.
2' X 2' section, first in one direction and then the opposite direction. It takes a short time to develop a technique that leaves an even pattern in the coating.
On to the next project.