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

$202.00 /each

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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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How long does this product take to dry completely?

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June 23, 2016
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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!
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June 5, 2016
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Depending how hot it is outside it can be completely dry in 10-12 hours. You can walk on it with light foot traffic in only a couple of hours. I installed it in Phoenix AZ with low humidity and mid to high 80's.
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May 4, 2016
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This takes approximately 60 minutes to dry to touch.
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May 4, 2016
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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 much sq ft can one 5 gal cover?

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September 13, 2016
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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.
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June 29, 2016
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Mfg. label says 50 sq. ft per gallon. ( that is 2 coats) I used 10 gallons on 400 sq ft and applied the product 3 times. I was going over a dark surface. I did not have 1 ounce left over.
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June 23, 2016
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Hello Tiffany,
Thanks for your question. A 5-gallon bucket of this product will cover 200-300 square feet, and that includes the two required coats. For rough surfaces, it'll tend to cover more toward the 200 square feet and with smoother surfaces it will cover more. Please be sure to follow all label instructions for best results.
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April 28, 2016
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The 5 gallon paint can cover approximately 250 sq. ft.
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What is the best way to apply this product

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September 7, 2016
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I agree with Jason, using a roller is not easy at all, I used a texture sprayer and went on great.
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June 22, 2016
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Hello Jack,
Thanks for your question. This product can be applied with an adhesive roller (1/4" nap size), pad applicator (for larger areas), a texture sprayer (required tip size: 4mm; experienced painters only), a synthetic stain pad, a trowel, or a high quality nylon/polyester paint brush (for smaller areas or those needing precise application). Apply a first coat. The first coat will act as the Read More
Hello Jack,
Thanks for your question. This product can be applied with an adhesive roller (1/4" nap size), pad applicator (for larger areas), a texture sprayer (required tip size: 4mm; experienced painters only), a synthetic stain pad, a trowel, or a high quality nylon/polyester paint brush (for smaller areas or those needing precise application). Apply a first coat. The first coat will act as the base
coat and it will not completely cover the surface by design. Avoid over application on the first coat. Apply in 4' x 4' sections. Begin with the roller in the center of the section and roll outwards in random directions. Avoid regular patterns and knock down hard edges using the roller. Allow the first coat to dry then apply second coat in the same method as the first coat. Please be sure to follow all label instructions for best results.
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June 5, 2016
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Rent a texture sprayer, it is the only way to achieve professional results. Watch the YouTube video to see how they recommend using the sprayer
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I just completed a 400 sq ft patio. I used 3 coats because I was covering a dark surface with several exposed concrete patches. I found the best way to apply was with a 1/4" Adhesive roller (only at Home Depot) I poured out 3 lines of product on a 5' x 10' area and rolled it in different directions. Very light touch for finish to keep from creating lines.
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Is this pail enough to do 2 coats on 250 sq ft then?

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September 28, 2016
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I'm not really concerned if it takes extra. My project would measure out to 11 pails. I ordered 15 want to use it on a couple other things as well so if I need to get a couple more no big deal
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This 5 gallon pail will cover 250 sq ft with 2 coats but it would be thin. The biggest problem with this scenario is getting the sand texture to stretch that far. The "paint color" will go that far but in my experience the sand might not. The final results will be good color but splotchy texture.
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September 28, 2016
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Hello Mike,
Great question. Yes, the 5 gallon container should cover 250 sq ft in 2 coats. To apply the product we recommend using am adhesive roller.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great coverage and professional look I had to redo a pool deck area and saw the rebate offer for Labor Day weekend so I thought good time to start. I did a small test patch with a brush and roller, didn't like the effort needed for an ok result. I looked at YouTube videos as recommended by the Behr rep at HD. I found one where as it says as, in another review, to apply with a hopper. I got a texture sprayer for about $20 at the store you get in the mail with 20% off and free flashlights, used the smallest nozzle and went on great. Need to cut in with a nylon brush and takes anywhere from 2 to 3 coats based on what you had on there previously. I do not recommend rolling as it takes 5x longer. Make sure you prep and cover anything you don't want to overspray. Understand too you are spraying part epoxy in the air, so wear breathing mask at minimum, it creeps up on you even if you don't smell it. Only disappointment was the Behr rep said NOT to spray it on, and I actually found this as best method. Good luck, bring some patience and definitely follow the advice not to try to put it all down with the first coat. September 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible experience Took at least 3 coats and still splotchy wasted my time and money October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BEHR GRANITE GRIP I used BEHR Granite Grip paint on my garage/workshop floor and the results are like a professional paint job! October 18, 2016
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 Good patio option We really struggled to find a concrete cover material to meet our lengthy list of qualifications. We have a brand new concrete patio which adjoins a 12 year old pool deck. Our need was for a coating which would be durable, slip resistant and would color match the two different age slabs just to name a few. After extensive research we found this product and thought it would be the perfect fit. As with any concrete coating the prep work was the hardest part by far. Starting out with a clean, prepped surface is the key to a long lasting surface. Do not skimp on this step no matter what you decide to use. The color options from Granite Grip are pretty good, not great. It is a one step "paint" type product not a two part epoxy which I liked. Application was just like paint for the most part no special tools or applicators used by us just brush and rollers. We've read where others used a paint gun with good results but we didn't try. We ended up putting down two full coats over 700 square feet (8 gallons) and the sand texture was still not evenly distributed. We then went back and touched up areas with a third coat (2 gallons) trying to even out the texture. Our results were marginally better but the color of the touch up areas really shows darker than the rest. We still have about 500 square feet of patio to cover and we know it will take ever bit of 10 gallons to do right. Even with that amount of product this is a good value compared to some other products. The key feature we really like is the slip resistance of the final product. around the pool it seems to really do the job. If it wasn't for the uneven texture I would give Granite Grip 5 stars, so far. September 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Waste $$$ Was told 2 gallons would cover my porch - still isn't done and it's been 8 so far. 5 gallon bucket was $202 and peeled off as I was trying to roll it on. Home Depot said to call Behr, which I will do. Also said they aren't responsible for the specs the company give them - count on using 4x-5x times what they say. At $45 a gallon that's not a good deal! August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spray only As an experienced plasterer and sprayer tech, I highly recommend spraying this product for flawless design. 4mm spray tip in hopper gun. I have troweled this as well and it was just as beautiful. July 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks amazing I had old concrete porch floors that were looking shabby. I saw this product and gave it a try. It looks so good that I can't stop looking at it! It makes the floor look like a brand new high end stone product. I am simply amazed. I did not use a texture sprayer and didn't seem to have any problems applying it. Now I am looking around to see if there is something else I can use this product on. June 14, 2016
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