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ContinuousWave: Whaler Repairs/Mods
posted 05-31-2002 10:52 AM ET (US)
Just bought dri dec mats from Kendal Products. 800 232 7211. Cost 3.99 for 12"x12" squares . Has anyone else had experience with this. I did see Chuck Tribolet's piece on www.garlic.com.will be using Almond color to come close to Desert tan. The CSR said the matts can be trimmed to fit.
posted 05-31-2002 11:15 AM ET (US)
I have a similar product lining the cabin floor of my sailboat. I'm not wild about it, but it does improve the footing some and is very easy to clean up.
I just think it looks kind of ugly, and is uncomfortable for bare feet.
posted 05-31-2002 11:28 AM ET (US)
Thanks for the reply. I will be doing some fishing and pleasure riding. thought it would be a good idea to cushion heavey objects..ie Battery boxes,coolers, fishin' buddies.
posted 12-22-2002 09:45 PM ET (US)
I know this product and can recommend it to anyone who wants to improve footing in any wet enviroment. It comes in a multitude of colors and can be trimmed and fitted to look great. There are finished edges and corners available also that makes for a professional look. Priced high...but top of the line in their business. Also not bad on bare feet.
posted 12-23-2002 04:41 PM ET (US)
It's Dri-Dek, not drideck. (No, I'm knot
korecting yur speling, just making it easier
on anyone who wants to do a web search ;-)
3.99 a square foot is a good price. Kendall
This is NOT the season to do it. It's
I do find it a bit hard on bare feet, but
posted 12-23-2002 05:35 PM ET (US)
John O -
I've also used it to line the bottom of lockers, fish boxes, or coolers that I'm using for storage. If the interior of the box or locker gets wet, the Dri-Dek keeps your gear up and out of the wet.
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