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Subject: Re: Deck surfaces cabin floor


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Anders
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Date Posted: 6/05/06 0:12:40
In reply to: Graham H 's message, "Deck surfaces" on 27/02/06 11:35:47

Hi
just glued a laminated "click" floor in mahogany imitation with chaulked edges. Looks great, but it took me three days to get in. Starbord edge is double curved and taht was a h..l. If you skip that part and just go for the plane surface you can get anything in. The easiest would be a plywood specially made for floorings with teak and thin iroko. Expensive yes, nice looking yes.
Pics of my cabin sole will be posted to "Trapper improvenent page" as soon as I get some spare time.

Remembeer to share your tips and trics !

Best
Anders

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