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    Posted: 17 Sep 19 at 7:55pm
Hi all,
Hopefully I will finally get round to finishing my 1991 early FRP Enterprise. I have some minor repairs to make to the cockpit floor and will probably add an additional lay up of fibreglass for added strength.
I am wondering about 'dressing' the floor with stick on EVA decking sheets as seen on eBay (around 35 for 2200mm X 900mm x 5mm) 3M self adhesive?
Anyone have any experience or knowledge on this? Would it be up to the job?
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No experience with it, but if you're thinking of it as a Progrip alternative. All the stuff on ebay I've just looked at is 6mm thick. I think progrip is 2mm
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Algeos Foam is the lower cost alternative to pro grip.
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Mm...if moisture gets trapped underneath which is almost a certainty on the floor.

I used Interdeck paint on my old fibreglass ent, primed first. Looks smart, is non slip. 
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