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06-11-2007 10:14 PM
hamiam aurora marine makes a product called sure step that i have used with success for several years.
06-11-2007 06:39 PM
TejasSailer I follow the directions (novel idea) when applying Woody Wax on non-skid. It can be really slippery during the application, so be careful. After it dries, I wipe it down with micro-fiber towels to mitigate the slipperness. In between Woody Wax applications, I use Star Brite for non-skid.
06-11-2007 04:47 PM
HerbDB Just put Woody Wax on the non skid last weekend. Looks good, and really sheds the water. Don't over do it with the spray or it will be slick. I had a couple of places where I got too much on and had to rub it off.
06-11-2007 01:42 PM
T37Chef I second the Woody Wax, and also can be used as a corrosion inhibitor for electronics.
06-11-2007 12:11 PM
sailingdog Use Woody Wax on the non-skid. They make a product specifically for non-skid.
06-11-2007 12:02 PM
Waxing the Non Skid..

The Poliglow discussion has me wondering when waxing in gerneral.. I am curious as to who does / does not wax the non skid portion on the topside - I have tried to in the past but with little sucess and now I think maybe its not such a good idea..

Any other thoughts on the issue ?

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