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Old 04-01-2019, 02:35 PM   #21
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most likely doing runners that will be free floating (if Corinthian's no movement claim is true) or I will snap them down, if needed.
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Old 04-01-2019, 02:46 PM   #22
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The best pilot house floor covering ever... a yoga mat. All of the above.
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Old 04-01-2019, 03:33 PM   #23
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we recently did a Aquamat that has the Aqualoc on the bottom. We were replacing the same product that was from 2005. rather pricey but we are very pleased. Corinthian Marine 503.786.9377. They were so helpful!!! they have templates for most boats, if not you can send your own template!!
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I'm in the process of ripping all of the Wall to Wall out! WtW holds the damp and helps keep the musty mildew smell if the boat is not being actively lived in. It also hid some rot under the aft cabin cabinetry. I'll be installing hard wood floors throughout (Maple, & Walnut trim) with smaller area rugs that can be rolled up and removed.

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Same here. Carpet hold those boat smells forever. Glad its gone.
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We had bear skin and lion skin rugs on out boat but the guys at the Ft Pierce gathering walked all over them. Damn.
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Greetings,
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Old 04-01-2019, 10:11 PM   #27
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amazon has some good cheap options. i pulled out my custom rugs and put cheap stuff down because i was worried about stains
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We have Corinthian (or something just like it--not positive of the brand) in our aft cockpit and are talking about putting it in the salon. The boat came with several rubbery mats that were comfortable underfoot but left black rubber residue on the teak.
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Thx - what year is your Eagle 32?
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We have Corinthian (or something just like it--not positive of the brand) in our aft cockpit and are talking about putting it in the salon. The boat came with several rubbery mats that were comfortable underfoot but left black rubber residue on the teak.
I found that Goo Gone worked well removing this residue. Just dont be skimpy with the stuff. Pour it on, let it sit for a bit. While waiting, get the container of elbow grease to assist you with the removal. May require a second application.
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I would find a synthetic oriental rug. Wool rugs continues to shed / ball up no matter the age.
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"Wool rugs continues to shed / ball up no matter the age."


But wool doesn't burn like plastic!
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But wool doesn't burn like plastic!
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We like machine made Persian type rugs. They come in many styles and colors. You can get them in wool or synthetic. We prefer the wool as itís very durable, cleans up well, and feels good on bare feet. Be sure to use a non skid pad.
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