- Sep 19, 2020
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That’s the route I was headed and this morning the admiral (who over sees my boat budget) said to spend money on the epoxy to insure that it last. I didn’t argue.For what it's worth, I have had extremely good success with cutting my plywood, and they spraying it with Thompson's Wood Preserver. It has lasted for years and years for me, so far.
I am about to add a floor to a 1648 Tracker I just picked up. I find that cut pile marine carpet doesn't grab hooks like the closed-loop stuff. Just a suggestion. I like it more than the vinyl flooring because it is quieter in the back coves, and more comfortable underfoot, especially if you like to go barefoot in the summer.
I have had the carpet boxed up in a roll for a while waiting. And I do believe it’s the cut pile.
I appreciate the information. I didn’t even think about the cut pile being easier on hooks.
Good luck on your Tracker.