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Pedestrian Grade Anti-Slip Paint

Pedestrian Grade Anti-Slip Paint

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Pedestrian grade anti-slip floor paint increases the traction on surfaces indoors and out, increasing the safety of your floors.
  • Economical paint, is water-based for use on concrete, metal or wood.
  • Perfect for improving traction in areas that receive normal foot traffic and intermittent vehicular traffic.
  • Rolls on easily and dries in 4 hours, eliminating the need to seal off areas for extended periods.
  • Suggested for use where exposure to chemicals and acids is mild.
  • One gallon covers 100 - 150sq. ft.
  • Choose from 4 colors.
  • In Stock
Pedestrian grade anti-slip floor paint increases the traction on surfaces indoors and out, increasing the safety of your floors. Best quality and selection. Fast shipping. 60 years of satisfied customers.
$44.48 InStock NewCondition
Buying Options
Product Color Price Quantity
SKU: AT-9CPY Yellow
$44.48
US gallon
SKU: AT-9CPB Black
$115.25
US gallon
SKU: AT-9CPG Gray
$115.25
US gallon
SKU: AT-9CPTR Terra Cotta
$115.25
US gallon

Product Features - Pedestrian Grade Anti-Slip Paint

Call us at 1-877-775-5939 to learn about this product.
Free material samples of this product may be available.

Specifications

Packaging Anti-Slip Paint
Anti-Slip Factor Anti-Slip
Container Size One Gallon
Coverage 100-150 SQUARE FEET
Drying Time 4 hours
Manufacturer Name KELLEY TECHNICAL COATINGS INC

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    How much paint is in an "EACH" of this paint?

    What size container is the each unit of measure for this item?
    Asked by: JohnS
    The vehicular grade anti-slip paint is sold by the gallon.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2016-01-02

    does this paint require a primmer?

    also is there any recommended installation instructions and tools?
    Asked by: ramp
    This heavy-duty epoxy paint does not require a primer first. However, we do recommend cleaning the area before applying the paint to ensure a better bond.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2015-10-31
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