Re: Does the faux teak prevent one From seeing damage before it is too late? #solution

Matt Salatino

I’ve seen 2 or 3 SMS having their decks gelcoated, usually in off white, in Guatemala. The one I examined closely, looked very good, and was cool enough to walk barefoot on in the tropical sun. The marina used a rolled out, molding technique that created a diamond pattern in the gelcoat.


On Feb 28, 2021, at 12:19 PM, Daniel Alexander Thompson <Thompson.Xander@...> wrote:

If the white sub teak gel coat gets damaged, can the faux teak prevent one from seeing the problem before one has saturated balsa core?

Is there a horrendous argument for just doing away with the faux teak and painting the deck blue like a westerly 33?

Would this dramatically lower the resale value of a forty year old Mango?

Blessings from Panama

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