SeaDek installation question

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For all that have installed SeaDek/turf do you have to sand down the raised fiberglass traction or will it adhere over without issues? The attach is from the swim deck shows the raised traction etc, no I’m not applying now just laying out to see before. IMG_1822.JPG

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Rick
 

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I’m pretty sure it will adhere right over the top without any issues ... but will let those that have done it chime in. I’m getting ready to do the installation as well. Any other tips for installing seadek would be appreciated.
 

JPass

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No sanding required. Just make sure everything has been cleaned according to the directions.
 
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No sanding required. Just make sure everything has been cleaned according to the directions.
Great thank you, one other question for filling the snap holes from the carpet (if you had snap in carpet) did you fill or leave, if filled what did you use?
 

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As jpass said.... I have installed it in my 210 over a textured surface just as you have with no issues. A Clean surface is very important.
 
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Great thank you, one other question for filling the snap holes from the carpet (if you had snap in carpet) did you fill or leave, if filled what did you use?
I just made sure my swim deck was really clean. And then cleaned it with acetone right before I installed.

I am going to install SeaDek in the cabin. I removed all the snaps and filled with 5200. Once it dried I got it flush with a razor blade.
 

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You'll definitely want to fill the holes just in case.

I did what trevorc5505 did.....5200 in all the old snap holes.
 

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