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Re: Real-world experience with Lonseal?

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...biggest problem I have is how to finish the edges as it is a fiberglass sole and is rolled up into the sides with a large radius. I think all the dirt will catch around the edge of the Lonseal and may start to peel up...
Lonseal's matching trim moulding would fit the bill for hatches and access panels -- probably not the the edges as you describe. See Lonseal - Lonwood Marine
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Re: Non wood interior sole alternative

I replaced my cabin sole w/ marine lam synthetic laminate bonded to 1/2" marine plywood last winter. The sheets are about $300 a piece. No more varnishing. Very durable and good nonskid. They have a couple color choices. Came out very nice.
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Re: Real-world experience with Lonseal?

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Lonseal's matching trim moulding would fit the bill for hatches and access panels -- probably not the the edges as you describe. See Lonseal - Lonwood Marine
i tried the edging and it sticks up to high, it looks cheep and the colors are way off and hurts when you step on it barefoot.
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