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Old 03-10-2009, 05:53 PM
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Can someone help me identify the flooring that's in this Cigarette - I'm looking to re-due my flooring in the cockpit area and want a few suggestions

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Lonseal Lonwave...


http://www.lonseal.com/show_product/LONWAVE%20MIRAGE
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Thanks Steve,

Do you have any experience with installation of this product and how well does it work going over existing fiberglass flooring?

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Great, I just found out they are 15 mins away from my home...

Have any of you used any other product I might be interested in?

Thanks again for your help.
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lonseal, great looking, but hard on your feet and the silver lonwave is very hot on your feet
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From what I remember its a little tough on bare feet. Not the most comfortable but, looks great!
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Is there a product out there that your aware of that looks as good and feet friendly?
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The only thing thats going to better on your feet is carpet. It can get a little hot in direct sun on a hot day.
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I've had both the Loncoin II and Lonwave (Lonwave is definitely the Cig floor). The Lonwave is harder to keep clean because of the deep grooves, water and dirt get trapped in the grooved sections. The Loncoin II is easy to keep clean and offers a little more skid resistance. I think it stands up better to wear also since it doesn't have any hard edges like the Lonwave does, I found it to be more comfortable to the feet, and is a little nicer looking but that part is just opinion. Stick with the light colored products and heat from the sun won't be an issue.

It should go down over a fiberglass substrate just fine, there are two methods to adhere the product. The first is the epoxy adhesive (two part if I remember correctly) which works great but forget ever taking it up, it would be very difficult to say the least. The other method is contact adhesive. I seem to remember that Lonseal offered this too. It would be much easier to remove if your floor ever became damaged.
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