can i use pressure treated floor for my boat deck

deck on an old aluminum boat what to use? plywood+epoxy, ceder ...Transom and sub-deck pressure treated remains in perfect condition. i've cleaned the thing out, ready to do it better this time. Anyway - my initial idea was cut back on some weight, use 1/2 plywood this time, encapsulate with thin cloth and 2 part epoxy.. The only thing that doesn't work so well is it's not like a glass boat, basically i will end up cutting panels, removing and glassing panels, then fitting them back in, screwing them down, having problems with the fact they ...

Installation Instructions - MariDeckThe product is adhered to the surface using either MD 101 (for wood applications) or MD 102 (for ... ideally, it is best to remove any objects that are attached to the boat floor. Also remove any plastic or metal trim ... it is very likely that wood boats decks (pontoons) will require the complete removal of the existing wood surface and the replacement with new wood. Marideck recommends ¾ pressure treated plywood screwed to the structure. Consult. Marideck if another surface is ...

How to Seal Wood in a Boat - YouTube12 Jun 2016 ... A quick video of what i am using to "waterproof" the wood in my boat, since i don't want to use the pressure treated ply wood. See more videos of this boat p...

Newby replacing aluminum boat's floor | Boat Design NetHello, i'm finally diving in and preparing to replace the soggy floor on my 16' aluminum fishing boat & i have a few questions. Any help would be. ... Lastly, the back third of the floor near my 40 hp Mercury outboard looks and feels as if it has been replaced somewhat recently.. the only question i have there is if i tear off the old carpet can i epoxy over the existing wood the same time i expoxy over the new stuff? ... Alternatively, you could use exterior pressure-treated ply.

Cheap fix for a rotten boat floor (Part 1 of 2) Installing new plywood ...18 Jul 2015 ... DescriptionThis DiY video shows how to fix a rotten boat floor. The text book way of replacing the floor is to remove the consoles, seat boxes and remove all the original plywood floor. Then replace the stringers underneath. Then fibreglass the stringers into the hull. Then replace the plywood floor. Then fiberglass the floor. That is a MAJOR job and only worth doing on a boat that has sentimental or major financial value when the restoration is complete. This boat is not ...

Pressure Treated Plywood for the Back Deck at Creekside - YouTube13 Jun 2013 ... We're using MCA-treated plywood to support the stamped concrete surface on the back deck at the Creekside Home project ...

To paint or Not to paint that is the ? | Boat Design NetDiscussion is good,we can all learn from it but some of the replies go beyond what i was asking.my post wasn't as clear as it could be so here's a simplified version.Using 3/4 marine plywood [pressure treated / kiln dried]the type which is normally used for pontoon decks.Top side would be covered with Marideck Vinyl and MD water based glue[which they recommend].Would painting the bottom with deck paint only prolong life of the wood or cause premature decay?

How I Put a New Floor in My Boat - Pine View Farm14 Feb 2017 ... (As a result, when i was done, the new floor was 5/8" higher than the old one.) 2. i measured the space carefully, then measured it again. i diagrammed the floor and noted my measurements. i still got it wrong, but that's a later part of the story. 3. i bought 3/4 inch pressure treated exterior plywood and cut it to fit the boat. i ended up having to do jigsaw pieces in order to allow an access panel for the fuel tank, which sits under the deck in the center of the boat: One piece ...

Removal of Pressure Treated Ply Wood - YouTube29 May 2016 ... Published on May 29, 2016. i found out pressure treated Ply Wood is corrosive to aluminum, therefore i had to take it all out. DO NOT use pressure treated PLY WOOD iN AN ALUMiNUM boat!!! Had i known, i would have never put it in. i hope y'all learned something and won't make the same mistake i did. Check out my Social media!! www.youtube.com/fireantfishing. instagram- FiREANT_FiSHiNG Twitter- @FiREANT_FSHiNG Snapchat- FiREANT_FiSHiNG

Underway: The lowdown on marine plywood | Boat Projects ...20 Jan 2017 ... While the main structure of most of our boats is fiberglass, they still contain an amazing amount of wood. That wood is very often some version of ... The adhesive used to join the veneer layers together needs to be exterior type glue that will hold up in a wet or marine environment. One common method for testing a ... Many people think pressure treated plywood (or any pressure treated wood, for that matter) is a great product for use aboard boats. i disagree and don't ...

Wood preservation, rot repair, and restoration using epoxy resin on ...On decks, home siding panels, boat flooring and hulls, bathroom/kitchen floors, plywood deterioration is a common problem. Paints and common wood sealers can keep out the moisture temporarily, but paints/sealers vary in their ability to do this and they often open and crack an

fiberglass onto treated vs non-treated plywood - Glen-L.com13 Sep 2006 ... just got my plans. my daughtor and i are studying before we start. in the more conventional practiced fiberglass finishing most all the guides say not to fiberglass onto pressure treated plywood (i am paraphrasing). in an article on the glen-l ... What boat are you doing? if the boat has many curves at all that the ply would have to be bent around using pressure treated ply might not be a good idea. in most regular plywood (pressure treated included i believe) the plys will ...

Protecting Plywood with Polyester Resin | Boat Design NetThis is just a question for the wood floor (the wood on top of stringers) of my 14' Fiberglass fishing boat. The boat will be mostly trailered and covered when not used. i am planning on using untreated plywood to floor the bottom of the boat. i have read that treating the wood with resin (using Polyester Resin) will protect the wood againist the effects of water. i have also read that using treated Plywood(e.g. marine or exterier) is not good becasue, "Polyester Resin cannot ...

3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. AB Marine Grade Pressure-Treated Fir Plywood ...AB marine-grade, pressure-treated plywood offers superior protection against fungal decay in wet environments. it is approved for saltwater applications and offers excellent corrosion resistance. it is also safe for human and aquatic environments. This pressure-treated plywood is a great choice for water applications, such as docks, ponds, boardwalks and more. California residents: see Proposition 65 information. Dimension: 3/4 in. (23/32 in.) x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Lifetime limited warranty ...

Pressure Treated Wood: Questions & Answers |MassDEP - Mass.govShould i test the soil under my play set or deck? if i test the soil, does MassDEP have arsenic soil standards? if i want to remove the soil, what do i do with it? What should owners of public playgrounds do to protect children who use them? Will raised garden beds made from pressure treated wood contaminate my garden? Should i take any other precautions when i work with pressure treated wood? What should i use in place of pressure treated wood? Who can i contact for more ...