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Old 07-22-2021, 08:35 PM   #1
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Hello to everyone....

I installed a type of sea dek on my swim platform 3 year's ago on my 01 3000 scr and I'm having trouble when I clean them they bleed a tan color in between the pieces and look like crap.

I spent about 30 minutes with a scrub brush on the tan pieces cleaning them and everytime I sprayed water on them they would bleed in between. Is there a sealer to put over these pieces to keep them from doing this when you clean them .

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Hello to everyone....

I installed a type of sea dek on my swim platform 3 year's ago on my 01 3000 scr and I'm having trouble when I clean them they bleed a tan color in between the pieces and look like crap.

I spent about 30 minutes with a scrub brush on the tan pieces cleaning them and everytime I sprayed water on them they would bleed in between. Is there a sealer to put over these pieces to keep them from doing this when you clean them .

Thanks
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Roger what do you mean by a type of sea deck? Is it sea decal or another brand?
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It is the fake looking teak . It's not the brand of sea dek but something else.
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It is the fake looking teak . It's not the brand of sea dek but something else.
Ok I just didn’t want to give a particular brand a bad name if it doesn’t deserve it. Have you contacted the manufacturer to see what they say/recommend?
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Well I bought the kit from a person off the maxum Facebook page . I'm looking for that page as we speak. He was from New Jersey. The price was almost 60% less than the Sea Dek brand so I got what I paid for lol! I do know other people bought this product also. Worst case scenario I take it all off.
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Well talked to the seller today and he is clueless. Alex Posidelow is his name. I guess I got what I paid for lol.
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Well talked to the seller today and he is clueless. Alex Posidelow is his name. I guess I got what I paid for lol.
He couldn’t even provide a manufacturer contact? Live and learn my friend.
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Live and learn lol
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