Model # 65505

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BEHR 5 gal. #65505 Tan Granite Grip Interior/Exterior Concrete Paint


5 gal. #65505 Tan Granite Grip Interior/Exterior Concrete Paint

$202.00 /each

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Product Overview

BEHR Premium Granite Grip is a unique decorative, slip-resistant, drivable concrete floor coating. It helps renew and provide a unique multi-speckled finish. This durable protective coating is formulated to resist dirt, grease, household stains and hot tire pick-up. It will hide surface imperfections and fill in hairline cracks in concrete.

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  • Revives concrete surfaces
  • Ideal for horizontal surfaces such as: walkways, patios, porches, garage floors, driveways and pool decks
  • Up to 250 sq. ft. of coverage per 5 gal. bucket with 2 coats required
  • Decorative, slip-resistant concrete coating
  • Durable, protective finish
  • Apply a first coat using a 1/4 in. adhesive roller cover and nylon/polyester brush
  • For large projects, consider using a texture sprayer with a 4mm tip. (Spray in 4 in. x 4 in. sections and back roll with a 1/4 in. adhesive roller cover)
  • Available in custom colors
  • Resists dirt, grease, household stains and hot tire pick-up
  • For hairline cracks up to 1/8 in., completely fill in with coating using a nylon/polyester brush and allow to dry completely prior to roller application
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes a PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI and VT

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this pail enough to do 2 coats on 250 sq ft then?

Asked by: Mike
Yes, just make sure that the first coat is very thin. Covered but very thin.
Answered by: Ennak
Date published: 2017-02-22

How long does this product take to dry completely?

Asked by: Jeremy
Hello Jeremy, We appreciate your question. This product dries completely (fully cures) in 4 weeks or more. However, the coating can withstand heavy foot traffic or the movement of furniture after as little as 72 hours. Please be sure to follow all label instructions for best results. Well wishes for your project!
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2016-06-24

How much sq ft can one 5 gal cover?

Asked by: Tiffany
You will get about 500 square feet from 5 gallons using brushes and rollers. The color stretches like paint but the sand texture does not stretch if you know what I mean.
Answered by: Firerader
Date published: 2016-09-13

What is the best way to apply this product

Asked by: Jack
I agree with Jason, using a roller is not easy at all, I used a texture sprayer and went on great.
Answered by: Tflier
Date published: 2016-09-08
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Customer Reviews

5 gal. #65505 Tan Granite Grip Interior/Exterior Concrete Paint is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hard To Work With - Poor Coverage Very disappointed!!! After talking with the HD Associate, I was excited to use Grante Grip to redo my back lanai patio. The patios was in decent shape but had been previously painted. I preped the surface as instructed. Unfortunately, after the first few stokes of the roller, I knew I was in trouble. The product is really thick and the sand does not take to the roller. Application is uneven and does not cover well. Even after the 2nd coat. Based on the coverage after the 2nd coat I'm guessing I have at least 2 more coats to get full coverage. And at $200 a bucket, I'm not happy. Also, I should have read the reviews before, others have similar problems. HD needs to rethink this product and the recommendations made by associates, if I could take it back, get a refund and do something different, I would. But I'm too far into it now to change.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ok, so I will make this short to help the people on the fence about this product. I was on the... Ok, so I will make this short to help the people on the fence about this product. I was on the fence for a couple months about doing this project because of all these negative reviews. I went ahead and pulled the trigger because I figured most people that leave reviews are people that are upset and not happy with their purchase. My end result looks amazing, I have a 12'x12' (144sq.ft.) patio so I bought the 5 gallon bucket thinking it doesn't go as far as they advertise. Well after 4 coats I still have half of the bucket left over. It is imperative that you read all of the instructions, from the prep to the installation. If you do not you will not have the final result you expect. Now they do recommend 2 coats but I did have to do 4 to get the result I wanted. The first coat is the hardest to apply but after I got the first coat on and let dry the following coats spread so much smoother than the first. I rolled the paint on with the adhesive roller that was recommended but I did see another review from someone that was able to spray it on, If I was going to do it again I would try this method. In all I had a full day applying this product after my concrete was clean and dry from the day before. So if you are up for the work and willing to put in the time this product is for you and will come out great. If you are looking for something quick or looking for shortcuts you better go with a standard patio paint because this option is time consuming.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from THE KEY, A DEEP WELL PAINT ROLLER TRAY The key I found in applying the product with a paint roll... THE KEY, A DEEP WELL PAINT ROLLER TRAY The key I found in applying the product with a paint roller tray is to get a “deep well” paint roller tray (Home Depot approx. $5.50). Even using a ¼” adhesive roller I found it very difficult & work to get the product to roll on to the roller and then apply it to the work surface in any substantial quantity. The key is to fill the entire deep well tray up (including the roller section), immerse the entire roller head into the product, transfer it to the work surface and then roll it on towards you using the roller as a somewhat squeegee to move the product around, roll it on, reload and do it again. Without a similar technique you could end up putting on numerous coats. I did not try pouring it directly on to the work surface in order to have more control of the uniformity of the product going down on the work surface. NOTE: The biggest change I would make in the directions handed down by Behr is to NOT “use a nylon/polyester brush to coat the edges”. The problem is the paint brush will hold more of the product including the aggregate (as I’ll call it) than the amount of product the roller will hold (unless using the above technique). You will end up with a definite line between a brush stroke and a roller stroke (that’s when the fun starts….). My opinion; roll as much of it as you can OR be careful as to the amount of product you put down with a brush. I’ve completed 2 coats and it’s going to take at least a 3rd to feather out the edge where the brush and roller strokes meet. If it wasn’t for tis this problem I would be done even though my 200 sq. ft. project has only used approximately 3+ gallons (65+ sq. ft. per gallon) of product. Will supply some pics of before and after when completed. Bottom Line: I think it’s a great product and we may end up using it again.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So good. Two recommendations....use a wood pole and use a roller with a medal ring ar... So good. Two recommendations....use a wood pole and use a roller with a medal ring around the handle. Cheap plastic won't hold up with the heavy product. 2. feather the coating that you paint around the perimeter before you roll. Otherwise, that surround coat shows even after two coats. We did a lot of pouring instead of rolling from a paint tray. We can still see roller marks after it dries. But you have to look for them. Other than that, we loved the outcome.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Product but it needs to be installed with a spray hopper. I had an experienced painter insta... Good Product but it needs to be installed with a spray hopper. I had an experienced painter install the product according to specifications. If you try and roll it on a large area you are going to have roller marks. The only way to get a nice looking even surface is to spray the product. So I do recommend the product but only if it will be sprayed on by an experienced installer.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Needed to paint my pool deck. Went to store and asked paint employee for assistance to determine ... Needed to paint my pool deck. Went to store and asked paint employee for assistance to determine if this product would work over existing paint. She said it would. Pressure washed and cleaned surface per instruction. Applied first coat. Required full 5 gallons for 1/2 of deck. Realized as it was setting up that it would not work. Required 4 hours to pressure wash it from the surface. Bottom line. Do not use this product over a painted surface. It does not work! Would like to get my money back but I doubt that would be doable considering the product is gone.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent flooring option for patios or decks at a great price We were looking to redo our concrete patio. My wife wanted to do a small rock and epoxy finish. We looked for pebbles small enough for our use (under 1/8"), but couldn't find them at HD or landscaping suppliers in our area. I got a quote for a company to come in and finish our 13'x23 patio for $3500! I came across this product at HD and thought we could get a similar look for one tenth the price. So we gave it a try. The first step is preparing the surface, so we rented the concrete prep tool and buffer from HD rental. It took about an hour to prep the surface, then we swept off the patio, then started cutting in. After the cut in was finished I poured the granite grip into a roller pan, using the 1/4" adhesive roller, and started rolling. The first patch went on well, however by end of the pan, most of the sand was on the bottom, and there was not much sand on the patio, only paint on the patio. I refilled the roller pan, and tried again, same issue. Then I thought, how about if I pour a little out, and spread it out then roll it? I spread it out with a 5 gal paint stir stick, then rolled it. The sand coverage was much better, and it went faster. There was nothing in the literature about how to apply it. They should update the pamphlet with recommended techniques to apply this. The first coat won't look great, but you can see it taking shape. I put the second coat on using the "dump and spread" method, and the finished product looked amazing. It looked just as good (I think better) than the $3500 option we inquired about. Overall, I recommend the product. It provided a professional finish and adds a great look to our patio. The pamphlet available at HD details what steps to take use the product. As I mentioned before, I wish they would tell you techniques to apply it, instead of just saying use a 1/4" adhesive roller. I bought 6 gals (a 5 gal and a one gal) as it said 5 gal would cover 250 sq feet. I needed almost 300, so I picked up one extra gal. I end up using 5 gals and have about a gal left over for patching or repairs. Again, this is a great product, and I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2016-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A++ A Little pricey but an absoutely outstanding product. Once you work out the application hiccups, the finished product is georgeous. I can say after six weeks on my basement floor, it can take a pretty good beating too.
Date published: 2017-02-21
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