[Public-List] Painting Non skid

Derrick Serrer cptn_derrick at yahoo.ca
Sun Aug 12 07:41:30 PDT 2007

Hello everyone,
  I have a silly question. Mara's decks are in excellent condition. The non-skid shows no sign of wear after 44 years of use. They are solid with no soft spots but the old paint has seen better days. It is tired and chalky and needs to be redone. Every painting instruction I have come across always tells you to sand first. This is a no brainer in a lot of cases, I mean how else does the new paint bond with the old paint, but I do not want to touch the non-skid considering it is in such excellent condition. So my silly question is how do I paint the decks without sanding off all of the non-skid and yet allowing the paint to bond and not have to redo it very year due to flaking off etc?
  Mara #127

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