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|01-26-2011 09:00 PM|
|southshoreS24||awesome! thank you!|
|01-26-2011 06:33 PM|
Originally Posted by southshoreS24 View Post
The bench top slats and cockpit floor grates were sawn from their 9/16" thick x 12" wide fascia board accessory trim (link HERE) I then added corner rounded edges with a router for a soft appearance.
A closer shot of the aft lazarette during refit.
Here's a 'before' pic of the cockpit.
|01-26-2011 02:17 PM|
|southshoreS24||looks great RocketScience! could you give us some more details as to witch product. color, etc...|
|01-26-2011 01:01 AM|
The best of both worlds; the looks of teak without the maintenance of teak.
Last year I refitted my cockpit teak (bench tops, floor grates) with a composite faux teak decking material from TimberTech. Worked awesome.
|01-25-2011 01:06 AM|
|solman55||I like the cedar floor, what is holding it in? Is it just laid in there and tight? Cedar is a great wood for marine environment and I will be going this route for mine.|
|01-25-2011 12:46 AM|
See my post in "Low Buck Projects" thread.
I used the IKEA flooring, and am very pleased. VERY Cheap (60$), and took me all of 1.5 hrs to cut it to fit.
|01-18-2011 07:44 PM|
|01-18-2011 05:36 PM|
|sailingdog||SailChick used teak tiles that are designed for bathroom/shower use from Ikea. They're a seasonal item though.|
|01-18-2011 04:26 PM|
|5hortBu5||Have you considered cherry? Brazilian cherry is pretty, hard, and loaded with those groovy water-resistant oils, but a fraction of the price.|
|01-18-2011 03:45 PM|
Wood cockpit floor mat
Looking to make a "drain" mat for my cockpit floor. Would love to do teak but buying the planks is expensive enough. What other woods can I use for the slats. Was planning on staining/ oiling and varnishing. Thanks for the help.