Hello, as I'm near to finishing my project, I was thinking of upgrading from the old molded in gelcoat non-skid on my deck, to the newer painted on kind. When I was glassing the new wood onto the deck liner, I used some screws to make sure it was secure and got any air out from between the wood and glass. So now, there's several screws poking out the liner. I think it would be a real pain to grind the screws, and try to match the non skid in so many places. I was wondering if anyone on here has done this. I was thinking of getting a D/A palm sander with sand paper and sanding it smooth. But I don't know if I should even try? I'm not a big fan of the look of the molded non-skid, and it's also a real pain to clean. I have also wondered about sanding down the textured non-skid, and putting Sea Dek instead. How much does Sea Dek cost? Is it worth it? Or should I go with the painted on non-skid?