Marine Non Skid Sheets for Sailboat Flooring
Komin Sport EVA Foam Faux Teak Fishing Boat Flooring is made from UV-resistant closed-cell PE/EVA foam.
Safety: We make them non slip to make sure you can stand and walk safely on your boat. Meanwhile the material is also Eco-friendly and no harmful to human compare to PVC.
Comfortable: it is softer than other marine flooring mat materials. Low thermal conduction insulates user from uncomfortably hot and cold surfaces.
Durable: Our marine flooring mat is able to handle harsh weather, wind, rain, pooling water. And the color will not fade easily in Strong sunlight.
Elegant and Customized outlook: We provide various color to match your boat, and the brushed or embossed texture will make the marine mat elegant.
Easy installation and cleaning: The adhesive back side make installation so easy, you can install them by yourself. And it is also easy to clean just like clean your boat deck using water and soap.
Does not require constant maintenance to keep it clean.
Provides sound insulation and shock absorption.
Closed Cell EVA foam
2400mm*1200mm ( 94in*47in )
Brushed with Grooved
If you need customized color please tell me the pantone number, thank you.
You can also choose the following pattern.
How do I cut the pads?
For best results, use a fresh bladed razor knife. You may have to change blades during the job, depending on the amount of cuts made.
Cut the sheets into shape based on the boat decking
How do I get the surface ready？
Use acetone or alcohol and a clean rag to remove any dirt, sunscreen, wax, sweat, etc. Scrub well and let dry completely. If the boat is new, you should repeat several times, as new boats often have residual mold release that may hinder adhesion.
When the surface is clean and dry，then peel off the adhesive of the sheet and stick it, take something heavy and flat to make it stable and fixed.
PSA Repair Instructions
1. Materials needed: razor blade, squeegee, cutting surface, Pressure Sensitive Adhesive)
2. Determine where the adhesion trouble spots are located. These are areas where the PSA has peeled away from the foam or boat surface
3. If repairing an uninstalled pad, pull back the paper backing on the pad. If repairing an already installed pad, lift the pad up to expose the area to be repaired. 4. Determine how much PSA you will need.
5. Cut the new PSA to fit.
6. Apply directly over old PSA and foam.
7. Use your squeegee over the paper backing to smooth out your newly applied PSA. Apply firm pressure to ensure proper adhesion.
8. With a sharp razor trim away any overhanging PSA.
9. Now remove all paper backing and install the pad being sure to press firmly across the entire pad surface.