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womsterr
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Posted: August 31 2006 at 17:17 | IP Logged Quote womsterr

Well....it was bound to happen. The admiral in her infinite wisdom loaded a bunch of beer bottles in the freezer to get them cold quick. We were underway and I don't beleive the door was latched the whole way.

Well...the good news is I cleaned up the dang mess. The bad news is it beat the crap out of my cherry floor in the galley. I am sooo ill. I'm really anal about my boat and this is gonna really bother me. Any suggestions on refinishing and/or replacing?


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Ernesto
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Posted: August 31 2006 at 21:56 | IP Logged Quote Ernesto

womsterr - I wonder how thin it is. I doubt it's thick enough to sand
down and refinish. Probably Doral can supply new wood, like they do
for swim platforms, and you can make it a DIY installation?
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Posted: August 31 2006 at 23:57 | IP Logged Quote NHDoral

Yes to the new wood, thats the easiest but most expensive fix. Depending on the depth of the scratches you could try wetsanding then buffing it out, might work. I have a lot of fixes for this, if you can tell me how deep the scratches are, that would help.

Cheers Guys,
Will


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womsterr
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Posted: September 01 2006 at 13:23 | IP Logged Quote womsterr

Thats just it guys - i wouldn't characterize them as scratches. they are full off "dents" you can almost see the ridges of the beer bottles. in the wood. I'm pretty sure the veneer would be sanded through if you tried to do it.

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NHDoral
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Posted: September 01 2006 at 13:50 | IP Logged Quote NHDoral

There is an epoxy coating over the top. Could that be what is dented?

NHDORAL



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Jist Relaxn
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Posted: September 11 2006 at 22:54 | IP Logged Quote Jist Relaxn

Hey:

 

Same deal, my cans flew out once too. Left a couple marks. I tried to figure an ez way and ended up having the wife get a nice matching throw rug over it. Saved a few more too.

 



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boatless4now
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Posted: July 22 2008 at 19:54 | IP Logged Quote boatless4now

i know this works on regular hardwood floor.....something to try anyway....

get a face cloth and an iron. wet the face cloth and put it on the floor set the iron on it the face cloth on the area where the floor is dented.  the steam will go in to the wood(maybe) and lift the depression up from the moisture going into the woodfiber.  I never did this personnaly but I have heard many times it will remove dents from hardwood flooring.  GOOD LUCK!!

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TerryW
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Posted: August 27 2008 at 13:13 | IP Logged Quote TerryW

Had a problem with the "wood" flooring in my Boca a few years ago. It was dents caused by lady's heels (not SWMBO's) and also water damage when the dealer allowed the fridge to defrost without protection. Fought for over a year to get it replaced, until I finally gave it back in part ex for the current boat.
I think the problem is it is bonded down and they had no idea how to get it up to replace it.
Got a similar problem with the Alegria with water damage. Seems Doral do not believe the "wood" will get wet, and it just goes darker and darker.

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