Originally Posted by captDJ
Yes, washing works for the bit I walk on but there is a lot of surface, cabin sides for example that doesnít last when I wash, I donít want the nonskid to be slippery, just tired of a wash lasting a couple of weeks.
It seems like the question and responses are mixing decks and other topside surfaces.
MOST Waxes & polymers appropriate for non walking surfaces IMO but not for walking.
I have used woody wax on some deck / non skid surfaces and find it useful to keep those cleaner... easier to just wash down. If used properly it doesn't make decks a lot more slippery but it does a little. Be careful until it dries as it is slippery when applied.
I don't find it very durable but it's easy to apply after washing so not a big chore.