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Either a spray or brush on contact cement will work just fine. That is what I used when I redid ALL of my interior on my Jeanneau.

One thing I will suggest....if you have flat area's, or areas with deck fittings, try to put on a thin plywood with vinyl and velcro, or screw in.

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Brad,

Here is a link on the jeanneau-owners site of how I redid the aft cabin, at the bottom of that article, is a link to the head area. It might give you and idea or two on how you can do things different. Not saying how I did things is best, worst or otherwise.
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Jim,

Not sure I understand the question per say. THe wood slats are glued to the fiberglass, no mold/mildew that I can tell...... Then again, I do have a heater on in the winter and colder months, along with plenty of ventilation to keep that sort of thing to as minimum as I can.

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