Finished grinding off the thick "waffle pattern" nonskid from the deck. Much of the delamination on the cabin top has been repaired. There are a few silver dollar size spots but I am not sure it is worth the work to fill those.
But with the non skid now stripped from the side decks, larger areas of delamination have appeared. I will be spending the next week filling in those 'new' areas.
The plan is to install one of the fake teak decking material. With the non skid removed, the revealed darkened laminate sorta gives an idea of what that deck material would look like.
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