Cabin Flooring Question
I don't know if you knowr the floor layout in the cabin of an SCR3200, but it is split in two with marine plywood near the galley and carpet closer to the stairs and dinette. I pulled up the carpet, peeled up the padding and pulled up the hardwood, which appeared to be a marine plywood product married up to a piece of 1'4" plywood.
Now I'm left with a, relatively unfinished, fiberglass floor...no noticeable gelcoat finish over the fiberglass, but pretty even across the cabin. I made a template of the total cabin floor using 1/8" plywood and then I went and bought a piece of high quality sanded 1/2" plywood, laid the template over it, marked and cut the 1/2" plywood and dry fit it in the cabin. Everything fit very nicely.
The end result is that I'm going to lay down vinyl wood planks over the 1/2" plywood so that the entire cabin floor has one uniform finish. I know I need to use pressure sensitive vinyl adhesive to attach the vinyl planks to the 1/2" plywood....but...what do I use to adhere the 1/2" underlayment plywood to the fiberglass cabin floor ?
I bought a bunch of tubes of Liquid nails...but now I'm questioning myself as to whether that is the best mastic to use for this job....what do you think?
Lake Hartwell, GA