Well-illustrated and documented account of two boat owners creating a teak deck for their 50-foot cruising cutter.
Well-illustrated account of rebuilding a fiberglass deck with a rotten core and constructing a laid-teak deck on a Pearson Triton. The author used a recycled wood substitute (50% wood and 50% polyethylene).
Made from reclaimed plastic (some from used marine shrink wrap!) and wood waste Trex is a durable material for decking. Unlike plastic, Trex has low thermal expansion, natural UV stability, good traction, and is just as easy to work with as wood.
One caulk manufacturer's guide to the process of caulking wooden decks.
Powder and liquid water-based cleaning solution. Contains no acids or caustic soda. Designed not to harm the environment.