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I recently made some fiberglass repairs on the floor of my Aquaforce and painted the floor and decks with Tuff Coat non-skid. If you are unfamiliar with this paint it has small pieces of rubber mixed in for the non-skid. The project consisted of 1 coat of Tuff Coat epoxy primer and 2 coats of Tuff Coat paint on the deck and 3 coats on the floor. I wasn't sure how the Caribbean Blue would look at first as I was trying to match the gel coat color but I am happy with the results. Let me know what you think or if you have any questions.
 

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I sprayed 8 coats of it on my last boat with a drywall hopper and the guy that bought it is fishing the marshes of Louisiana on it to this day with no issues. It’s not as durable as awlgrip or other hard nonskids but it is very nice and easy to touch up. If you have ever been on a cruise ship, work boat or water park you have most likely stepped on this coating.
 
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