I haven't personally done it, but I've heard it absorbs heat big-time.. There are other alternatives that won't get as hot (nylon covering, neo-mats).. It is also permanent, and I've heard it makes simple repairs to a boat next to impossible, so once you do it there's no turning back.. I have a nylon covering in my boat and love it.. It doesn't get hot in the summer at all and has good traction
You can get the kits from the auto parts store and brush/roll it on yourself much cheaper. You can get diff. Colors and definitely go light. My brother did the inside of a 14 ft blue in for under $100. Only problem, he used black. It does get hot.
I'm guessing u want this for slip resistant ? i just recently redid my 16ft for duck hunting and when i painted with my 2nd coat on the floor i added 2 cups of sand in the paint to give rought surface for slip resistance ...
I can't speak about the heat or how it would hold up on an aluminum boat, but I used the Rustoleum bed liner in the cab of my pickup. I would go that route any time. It's an epoxy paint and 2 coats held up like iron. There was just enough anti-skid mixed in the paint that I never had a problem with traction.
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