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Model # 65505

Internet # 206446389

Store SKU # 1001609758

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

$202.00 /each

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 65505

Internet # 206446389

Store SKU # 1001609758

BEHR Premium Granite Grip is a unique decorative, slip-resistant concrete floor coating. It helps renew and provide a multi-speckled, protective finish. It will hide surface imperfections and fill in hairline cracks in concrete. It is easy to apply for interior and exterior concrete and masonry surfaces. It is available in pre-mixed and custom colors.

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  • Decorative, slip-resistant concrete coating
  • Revives concrete surfaces
  • Durable, protect finish
  • Available in custom colors
  • Fills in hairline cracks
  • Resists dirt, grease and household stains
  • Easy application

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Container Size 
5 GA-Gallon 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
250 
Details
Application Method 
Brush,Roller 
Coating Product Category 
Paint 
Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Color/Finish 
Tan/Flat 
Dry to touch (min.) 
60 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior 
Number of components in formula 
1-part 
Paint/Stain Base Material 
Acrylic 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Soap & Water 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
Chemical Resistant,Skid Resistant 
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type 
Basement, Floor & Garage 
Substrate/Surface Use Type 
Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone 
Time before recoating (hours) 
Transparency 
Solid 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Warranty 

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Color Family: Browns / Tans
Price: $200 - $250
Coverage Area (sq. ft.): 250
Container Size: 5 GA-Gallon
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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Pea Gavel and Behr Grip???

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We have a pea gravel patio and walkway surround our swimming pool. The pea gravel has become very difficult to walk on as the stuff between the stones has worn away. Would this product be good to use to fill in between the pea gravel. The pea gravel are larger rocks.
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April 26, 2016
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My thought would be to put a concrete skim coat on the pea gravel and then apply Granite Grip. This product is more of a thick paint. It will cover hairline cracks very well, but I don't think you want to try and fill in between pea gravel. I really like the finished product.
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January 29, 2016
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This item will fill in large voids and repair damaged concrete with a concrete based patch prior to application and the granite grip is designed to fill in hairline cracks up to 1/8" only.
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Hi Beginner,
Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Granite Grip. You will need to fill in large voids and repair damaged concrete with a concrete based patch prior to application. Granite Grip is designed to fill in hairline cracks up to 1/8" only. Please refer to product label for detailed preparation and application instructions.
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How long does this product take to dry completely?

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May 4, 2016
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This takes approximately 60 minutes to dry to touch.
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4-5 hours before you make your second coat. Depends on humidity. 24 hours before foot traffic and 30 days before washing. This product appears to be rubberized when It dries. I've had it down 3 weeks and will put furniture on it this weekend. It is a heavy paint. It is not a stain so it does not penetrate into you concrete and I think will always be susceptible to pealing if you gouge it. However, it Read More
4-5 hours before you make your second coat. Depends on humidity. 24 hours before foot traffic and 30 days before washing. This product appears to be rubberized when It dries. I've had it down 3 weeks and will put furniture on it this weekend. It is a heavy paint. It is not a stain so it does not penetrate into you concrete and I think will always be susceptible to pealing if you gouge it. However, it looks awesome and I love the finished product. I looked a long time before I decided on Granite Grip. Read Less
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HOW TO PREP OLD AND SMALL PART OF CONCRETE PATIO . NEW IS 6 WEEKS OLD .

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I used a cement grinder on the new to insure a good transition to the old and acid washed all of it to clean it and then power washed all of it. Let it dry for a day, assuming low humidity and start your applications. The first coat is very translucent and really acts as a primer. Very important to apply with an adhesive roller in a very thin coat.
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Hi BILL, Thank you for your question! Here are the steps for proper preparation. All surfaces must be clean, sound, dry and free of any dirt, oil, and grease. Uncoated Concrete or Masonry Surfaces: Allow new surfaces to cure 30 days. Clean and etch surface using a product such as a muriatic acid etcher (read and follow all manufacturer’s label directions) to achieve a textured profile similar to 150 grit Read More
Hi BILL, Thank you for your question! Here are the steps for proper preparation. All surfaces must be clean, sound, dry and free of any dirt, oil, and grease. Uncoated Concrete or Masonry Surfaces: Allow new surfaces to cure 30 days. Clean and etch surface using a product such as a muriatic acid etcher (read and follow all manufacturer’s label directions) to achieve a textured profile similar to 150 grit sandpaper. Previously Coated Surfaces: For a painted surface in sound condition, use a product to clean and prepare the surface. If the coating is failing or peeling, use a paint stripper to remove old coating or scrape/sand down to a sound concrete surface. Scuff sand glossy surfaces. Clean and spot etch any exposed concrete. Remove all dust with a damp cloth, allow to dry. Read Less
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Can you place a hot tub on a lanai coated with the granite grip?

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I think this will be a question for the mfg. However, after 30 days I would think it would be fine. The product drys like a rubberized paint. I wouldn't drag anything across the surface for at least 30 days and then I'd be very easy on it. It is a painted surface, not a stain that penetrates.
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Hi Bill, Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Granite Grip. This coating is suitable for use on a properly prepared lanai. Ensure the coating is completely cured according to label directions before installing the hot tub.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. April 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Really liked the finished product Product is a little bit of a challenge to put down but the finished product was worth it. I covered a 400 sq ft concrete patio that had several foundation repair patches. The patio had been stained with a coca cola stain and the patches were bare concrete. It took 3 coats to get a uniform color, but it was worth it. The finished color, Autumn Mountain , was very close to the sample in the brochure. I used 10 gallons total. The product did fill in the hair line cracks and the rough areas around the patched spots. Check with me in a year to see how it held up in the Texas heat. April 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WOW.....great product WONDERFULL product....took my cement pool surround from old and tired looking to brand new looking....it is amazing....ummm, ya should know, it does not spread too much...youll need more than you think...and it is pricey for sure, but it will make whatever you coat it with look BRAND new again....it looks beautiful down........very happy......took two full coats and a touch up for any light spots......... April 16, 2016
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