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Question Replacing teak flooring in cockpit

We're at the point we need to replace the 20 year old teak in our 1986 Kadey-Krogen Cutter. Could anyone who has used an artificial teak (trex/flex-teek/plasdeck, etc.) share their experiences on foot grip, installation, wear and maintenance and aesthetic (and if you had to do it over what would you use)?

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