[Public-list] Re:still agonizing over non slip
Roger L. Kingsland
rkingsland101 at ksba.com
Thu Jun 3 06:59:06 PDT 2004
Rick (RE sugar) & Randy (RE sand),
Thanks for the reply RE no slip paint. It never occurred to me to add the
non slip after painting. I'll give it a try and see how it works.
Chief Boat Boy
PERFECT intentions, A30 #148
on the hard at N40° 33.945' W79° 51.260'
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ric Bergstrom" <rlb at bergstrom-insurance.com>
To: <public-list at alberg30.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 11:17 PM
Subject: [Public-list] Re:still agonizing over non slip
> There was an interesting thread on the woodenboat.com site about sugar
> used to create a non slip surface.
> Basically the sugar crystals were washed out after the paint dried leaving
> non skid effect.
> I keep going back to non-slip paint but
> am concerned that the paint on top of the non slip granules wears off to
> expose ugly black "spots."
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