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Old 02-05-2016, 04:33 PM   #21
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So for the dinghy, I opted for 'brushed' over the 'lined' as I wanted to be able to just wash the beach sand off without having to brush it out of the grooves. It is not as sharp looking but added some color to a plain white dinghy and doen't leave 'dimples' on your butt like non skid does. Before and after pictures;
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Very nice looking tender !
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Thanks OMC!
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