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Lido 14 Cockpit Coating?

Hi everyone! The interor cockpit coating on my '78 Lido 14' is flaking off in places and I would like to re-do it this winter. I've never tackled a project like this, so all advice is appreciated.

Other than the seating areas, the entire area is coated with a type of non-skid paint. I'm not familiar with exactly what it is, so I appologize for my ignorance.

Can you guys help me with the proper removal and re-application process? Any suggestions on the best/appropriate products to use?

Thanks in advance for any input!
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if it's a Lido 14 by Schock boats it is most likely Zolatone Zolatone
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It is Zolotone,

be aware that the new formulation of Zolotone is not as hardy as the prior formulation. (emissions rules)

Follow Zolotone's application guidelines percisely.
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That being the case, is Zolotone still the best option? How much should I buy?

Can you make a recommendation of removal of the old Zolotone?
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