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Old 09-07-2019, 08:25 AM
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Iíve decided not to sell my Pantera.I was thinking about installing Sea Deck on the floor I was wondering what are the pros and cons of Sea Deck?I have Lonseal in it now.
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Old 09-07-2019, 08:43 AM
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Mine seems to get dirty pretty easy, but that is the only con I can see. It's cool ,comfortable on your feet, looks great and easy to install.
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Originally Posted by dave krehbiel View Post
Mine seems to get dirty pretty easy, but that is the only con I can see. It's cool ,comfortable on your feet, looks great and easy to install.
Is it easy to clean and keep looking nice?
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Old 09-07-2019, 04:28 PM
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We installed the 13mm just as a helm pad and planning the 5-7mm for the rest of the deck. Best decision. Very comfortable on the feet. We cover our boat all the time so cleaning dirt has no been an issue.
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We have it in our 32 Sunsation I do prefer it over carpet but I agree it does get dirty easily. Probably not so much dirty as water spotted I just clean it with simple green after each weekend and it looks like new again. Our boat is also always covered when not I use its just the water spots you have to contend with depending on the color of Sea Deck,
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Do like the looks but never tried it, but did see a few post on other forums which said it was coming loose with time. Have no idea if it was an improper install but there was discussion of time, sorry but don't remember how long it was installed
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Can you install it over the lexan style floor?
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Originally Posted by seafordguy View Post
Can you install it over the lexan style floor?
If you mean Lonseal----yes. A freind just had his done.
They did use some of spray dye on the lonseal to match his base color so it would be less noticeable at the edges.
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Haha - yes, that's what I mean....

Thanks
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Look into the Marine mat snap in. A few friends have it and love it!
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