I don’t think there’s any easy way to do it. I sanded the inside and out (with the help of my sons), primed the exterior and interior, used Interlux Perfection on outside and Interlux Brightside on interior. Most wear areas are covered with Seadek, so I think Brightside is fine.
Awesome, I was wondering if it was actual seadeck you ordered in bulk, because it looks higher quality than most no-name brands. Did you go through them on Amazon, or their actual website?It’s Seadek. I ordered a cheaper EVA foam from Amazon (half the cost), but it was obvious why it was cheaper. I sent it back and ordered Seadek. You can get it custom cut and the edges routed, but I just cut it with a box cutter with a new blade.
Also, does its come with adhesive on it, or do you have to apply it yourself?Awesome, I was wondering if it was actual seadeck you ordered in bulk, because it looks higher quality than most no-name brands. Did you go through them on Amazon, or their actual website?
I appreciate the replies, I may bug you some more throughout my refurb process via dm if you do not mind.
Lol, that was literally my thought. Tinker with mine and fish it until BB gets his production open to the public. I've been toying with the idea of stepping up to something else sooner rather than later, but I love my little boat and still have a lot to learn.Ordered one sheet from their website, and picked one sheet up from their shop. It’s in Rockledge, Florida, about a half mile from my mom’s assisted living facility (I’m in Orlando). I have Amazon Prime, but the cost was the same and I got the delivery from Seadek in 2 days.
Seadek comes with a high quality 3M adhesive. The cheaper stuff said theirs was 3M, but when I got it a good bit of the protective backing had separated from the adhesive. The edges were uneven as well.
In all honesty, it was @Boatbrains that talked me through the majority of my build. I’d never done any of this stuff before and he appears to have boundless patience. I learned A LOT from this little project - enough to know i’ll fish this little Gheenoe for a few years and then have James build me an X-caliber.