An ideal material for building projects to replace worn-out teak or plastic laminates. Marine Lumber is high-density polyethylene which is stabilized to resist saltwater, chemicals, and sunlight. It will not rot or delaminate, and is easily cut, routed, shaped and drilled, using standard woodworking tools. It retains its original color indefinitely, and doesn't require refinishing. The scuff-resistant surface cleans easily and quickly with a scrub brush and light abrasive cleaner. Matte surface texture.
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