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post #1 of Old 02-28-2016 Thread Starter
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Companionway Ladder Non-skid

I'm in the process of refinishing the companionway ladder. The current non-skid on the treads appears to be the Vetus Non-skid Deck Covering. After 20 plus years of use, it's no longer very non-skid, it's quite dirty, and prevents me from doing a good job of sanding and varnishing the adjacent teak (it stands slightly proud of the level of the teak step).

Does anyone know for sure if that is the material. Also, the Treadmaster product from Lewmar looks like it might be a nice alternative. I can get that in black, so it wouldn't show as much dirt. Or does anyone have other ideas that might be better than either of those?
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