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Material: Closed Cell EVA foam
Color: Grey ,Brown or customized
Size: 94*47 inch or customized
Texture: Brushed with Grooved
EVA thickness: 6mm ,1-50mm are available
Our decking material provide several advantage compare to traditional wooden or PVC material:
Elegant and Customized outlook
Easy installation and cleaning
If you need customized color please tell me the pantone number, thank you.
You can also choose the following pattern.
How long will it stayed adhered?
With proper surface preparation and installation, a minimum of 5-7 years can be expected.
If I choose to remove the pad how do I do this?
Komin marine flooring is designed for a semi-permanent installation, but can be removed. The best method is to use a plastic putty knife to get under one corner, then grip and pull off. If the PE/EVA seems to be sticking and tearing, apply small amounts of acetone to the PSA and continue lifting with the putty knife. You may want to enlist another set of hands to assist. Once the entire pad is removed, there will be a small amount of PSA left on the surface. Soak with mineral spirits for 10 minutes, scrap with the plastic putty knife and a rag. Once the PSA has been removed, use acetone to remove the mineral spirits.
How do I prep the surface?
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.
Be sure to check local and states laws regarding chemicals before using any questionable substances on the water.