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  1. Material is cool in the sun, although being up north we may not get that famous AZ or TX sun. The matting is fairly durable, after a few years its actually amazing how well it held up. No fading, I've never washed it, and it and it still looks new. It did move around under foot a bit more than I liked. Personally, I think snaps are a must. If you do snaps, I think it woudl be fine with dogs.
  2. I like that its offered in larger sizes. Its tough to make the glue joints look perfect.
  3. After having this material, I can honestly say that I would never go back to carpet. Primary benefit is how fast it dries. In MN, mornings are cold and its nice being able to walk around the boat in your socks without getting wet. That being said, its not as comfortable on the knees...according to her...lol
  4. I'll keep this fairly high level, and if anyone wants more detail about the steps, I will append this post.Materials Used;(2) Rolls of miner's moss sluice box matting(1) Bottle of all purpose cement(1) Tube of GOOP Marine Adhesive(5) packages of Dritz 5/8" heavy duty snaps (1) Dritz Heavy duty snap pliersProcedure;1. Miner's moss ships in a fairly tight roll. You will need to unroll the product with weights on the corners for several days (if not a week). In addition, I had to re-roll it in the opposite direction to finally get it to lay flat.2. Use existing carpet as a template and determine
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