Deck Grip is an anti-slip sealer for concrete and other stone surfaces. This versatile non-slip coating is non-yellowing, water-based acrylic and is easy to apply. Deck Grip non-slip concrete results in a clear, semi-gloss and barefoot-friendly finish that is chemical resistant, UV resistant and highly durable. Deck Grip is the perfect anti-slip solution to treat slippery pool decks, and all types of stamped (sealed or unsealed) concrete decks.Â CompatibleÂ on virtually all types of natural stone surfaces where anti-slip sealers are desired.
Sealed Stamped ConcreteÂ – Deck Grip will work great on top of all sealers and is chemical and chlorine resistant.Â Ideas for surfaces surrounding pools and spas.Â Please start with a clean dry surface prior to application.Â Allow 24 hours to cure.Â Apply 2 thin coats for best durability and slip resistance.
Even when wet, your slippery floorâ€™s slip resistance after the non-slip solution will surpass ANSI A137.1, A326.3 or B101.3 standards.
0.52 Wet DCOF – ANSI B101.3
0.53 Wet DCOF â€“ ANSI A137.1 / A326.3
0.62 Wet SCOF – ANSI B101.1
- Great for bare feet
- Use it on pool decks and sealed concrete
- One 3/8â€Â nap rollerÂ included per gallon
- Deck Grip is available in 1 gallon and 5-gallon pails
- Can be used indoors or outdoors
- It dries clear with a semi-gloss finish and is easy to apply
- One gallon covers 300 â€“ 600 square feet
|Coverage perÂ Sq Ft||300-600||Appx 2,500|
|Cost per Sq Ft (Appx.)||$0.25||$0.23|
|â…œâ€ Nap Rollers Included||1||5|
â€¢ Use in a well-ventilated area.
â€¢ If you scrape, sand or remove old paint from any surface, you may release lead dust. LEAD IS TOXIC. Contact the National Lead Hotline at 1-800-424-LEAD or www.epa.gov/leadfor more information.
Optional Safety Equipment:
â€¢ Chemical-resistant gloves
â€¢ Eye protection
â€¢ Surface preparation varies by surface. Please see chart below for specific surface preparation instructions.
Step 1:Â Mixing Additive: The quantity of SlipDoctors Deck Grip Additive to be used depends on the level of slip resistance desired(see chart below). Maximum texture is recommended for the most effective anti-slip protection. Pour desired amount of Additive into Deck Grip container and gently mix to ensure even distribution. Avoid shaking to prevent foaming. Mix occasionally during application.
Step 2:Â TEST: Deck Grip should be tested on a small inconspicuous area before full application
Step 3:Â Deck Grip can be rolled or sprayed, rolling is recommended. Roll: Use the included3/8â€ nap roller to evenly coat the surface. Avoid puddling in low areas. If puddles occur, roll them out. Two thin coats are recommended rather than one thick coat. Spray: Spray using a 5916 nozzle that produces a flow of 1/10 of one gallon per minute. Spray in a fine fog pattern without spurts or dribbles to form a thin continuous film. Avoid puddling in low areas. If puddles occur, roll them out.
Step 4:Â For added protection, greater performance and durability,we recommend applying Deck Gripin two thin coats. Allow first coat to dry for 2-4hours before applying the second coat. The second coat should be applied at a right angle to the first coat.
Step 5:Â Clean-up:While Deck Gripis still wet, equipment may be cleaned with soap and water. Once dried, equipment may be cleaned with a solvent, such as xylene or toluene.
For general cleaning and maintenance,use a light pressure rinsing. For best results to remove oily deposits or other foreign matter, apply pH-neutral cleanerat recommended dilution rate and scrub lightly with a soft bristle deck brush.Do not use alcohol-based cleaners, such as pine-sol.