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Old 05-23-2017, 07:48 PM   #1
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Synthetic teak and holly flooring for salon

Getting tired of the carpet in the salon. Looking at a product called Nautifloor. A synthetic Teak and holly flooring. Has anyone got any experience with this product.
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Is it Naughty Floor? maybe I am confused with the name
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Is it Naughty Floor? maybe I am confused with the name
NautikFlor-sorry for the misspelling
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Getting tired of the carpet in the salon. Looking at a product called Nautifloor. A synthetic Teak and holly flooring. Has anyone got any experience with this product.
Amtico is a great solution - used on a lot of high end boats such as Hatteras etc.
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Old 05-25-2017, 05:19 PM   #5
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We put Amtico in our 22 year old Nordic Tug and took 10 years off it. Attached is a picture of a portion of it. Other than hard to find someone who sells it, not real hard to do. We are on year 3 and it still looks new.

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We put Amtico in our 22 year old Nordic Tug and took 10 years off it. Attached is a picture of a portion of it. Other than hard to find someone who sells it, not real hard to do. We are on year 3 and it still looks new.

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WOW it really looks good! I don't know why some trawlers come with funky floors. That looks great and I imagine is very low maintenance. Thanks for the picture !!!
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One other thing about Amtico, it comes in strips just like real wood and is glued down with a 2 part epoxy. If a strip is damaged (hard to do with anything other than a sharp knife and still not easy), you can heat it up with a heat gun and breakdown the glue, pull up the strip and replace it.

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One other thing about Amtico, it comes in strips just like real wood and is glued down with a 2 part epoxy. If a strip is damaged (hard to do with anything other than a sharp knife and still not easy), you can heat it up with a heat gun and breakdown the glue, pull up the strip and replace it.

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