the results of properly applied deck non skid

The outside temperature here in the Pacific North West was around 43 degrees today but by splitting 4 big logs and keeping a good fire going in the shop heater, I was able to get the 60 ft shop up to 60 degrees F.  This allowed the deck temperature to settle in at 56 degrees;  again, the minimum recommended application temperature for the LPU base paint that I am using with my non skid.

forward deck non-skid shown here as one coat of cross linked LPU paint sprinkled with granulated polycarbonate. The next step is to allow the particles to become fixed in place as the paint cures then rolling an additional coat of paint over this to lock the surface down.

 Home to a really nice Harken 50 winch.


Incidentally, has anyone seen the painting shown below in their grandmothers spare bedroom?  It's gone missing.  If you know where it is, please post a comment.  It's a painting by Rembrandt and it was stolen from a museum in 1980. Along with this painting, the thieves got away with approximately 500 Million dollars worth of art. I believe that it is the foremost example of properly applied deck non skid. 

the results of properly applied deck non skid 

............poor fellow in the red shirt isn't feeling too good