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Pacific Seacraft 37 non-skid step pads

I need to either wash or replace my cabin step pads.
Tried several cleaning materials and techniques with mediocre results.
Does anybody know what is the manufacturer of original dotted pads
instelled on 1998 boats?
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Gypsy Star:

Not sure about your year, but we had Treadmaster on our companionway steps.

Here is a link Treadmaster Marine Original - The world leader in anti-slip boat and yacht decking.

if it looks like this:

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Ted,
Thank you for the info.
Gypsy Star was born in 1998 - hull 333.
It seems, that Treadmaster makes a diamond pattern.
I need a dotted pads to match the other steps which do
not have to be re-paded.
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Jack:
Call the PSC factory - ask for Thumper. He can probably tell you where to get the replacement part, if they can't get it for you.
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Oddly enough, I was just talking to Thumper about this..... What you are looking for is Vetus non-slip deck covering in "Safari". To quote our good friend Thumper: "...the stuff is stupid expensive and for no good reason". I have seen a post where someone with a Valiant actually painted the stuff over with a linear polyurethane with good results (no photos of the finished result so take that for what it's worth)
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