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Experience with "Ultimate Sole"?

Does anyone have experience with "Ultimate Sole". I need to redo my cabin sole and it looks like the right product with a fairly straight forward application? Thanks.
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We did discuss it, not that long ago, have a look at this thread.

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Tom...superb stuff. I will never again use anything else. Easy prep, easy application with no sanding between coats and foam brush. Stands up well and performs as advertised with a great look.
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Thanks, I'll give it a try and let you know how I make out.
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Yes, it is one of the few products that sailnet generally agrees upon...

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I have used it. Highly recommended. It goes on great, looks great, easy to touch up when needed and one litre(quart) goes a very long way. It is also very shiny and is non slip. Only use on interior surfaces though.
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Ditto here - very happy with the results.
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Great stuff, easy as 1,2,3 to use, looks super. Just used it on my O'Day 27 teak & ash cabin sole.
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