I need some advice. My 1985 Ocean Alexander 38 has fiberglass decks that have areas of non-skid "bumps" (sort of little quarter-inch squares) molded into the gelcoat. Laid over top of these areas is a light grey rubberized coating of some sort. There are a few spots on the deck where this rubbery stuff is lifting and peeling, and I am trying to decide what to do about it. So:
1. Can anybody tell me what it may be? ie. brand / product?
2. Is there any solvent that might remove it? (it looks pretty tough)
3. If I can identify the product, can I get more of it and apply it over top?
The problem is obviously if I sand it off I lose the little bumps, which I rather like.
Thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.