Model # DYC9040/5

Internet #204652425

Dyco Tuff Grip 5 gal. 9040 Clear Low Sheen Interior/Exterior Waterborne Bonding Primer
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Dyco

Tuff Grip 5 gal. 9040 Clear Low Sheen Interior/Exterior Waterborne Bonding Primer

$12720 /each

Product Overview

Dyco Tuff Grip is designed to penetrate, fortify and prepare porous / non-porous, bare and previously painted concrete and wood surfaces usually found in driveways, garages, walkways, patios, pool decks, docks, steps and ramps. This product is an excellent bonding coat prior to applying a water-based concrete stain or paint.
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Product Overview

Dyco Tuff Grip is designed to penetrate, fortify and prepare porous / non-porous, bare and previously painted concrete and wood surfaces usually found in driveways, garages, walkways, patios, pool decks, docks, steps and ramps. This product is an excellent bonding coat prior to applying a water-based concrete stain or paint.
  • Waterborne bonding primer
  • Designed to penetrate and adhere to smooth and steel troweled and all previously coated concrete surfaces
  • Excellent bond coat
  • Alternative to acid etching
  • Excellent Alkali Resistance
  • Fortifies and Reinforces
  • Low VOC's
  • Easy Soap and Water Clean UP

Product Overview

Model #: DYC9040/5
Internet #: 204652425

Dyco Tuff Grip is designed to penetrate, fortify and prepare porous / non-porous, bare and previously painted concrete and wood surfaces usually found in driveways, garages, walkways, patios, pool decks, docks, steps and ramps. This product is an excellent bonding coat prior to applying a water-based concrete stain or paint.

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  • Waterborne bonding primer
  • Designed to penetrate and adhere to smooth and steel troweled and all previously coated concrete surfaces
  • Excellent bond coat
  • Alternative to acid etching
  • Excellent Alkali Resistance
  • Fortifies and Reinforces
  • Low VOC's
  • Easy Soap and Water Clean UP

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Specifications

Details

Application Method
Brush,Paint Sprayer,Roller
Coating Product Category
Primer
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear - Low sheen
Dry to touch (min.)
180
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Paint/Stain Base Material
Water
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Key Features
Mildew Resistant,Waterproof
Primer Purpose
Difficult Surfaces
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Satin
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Dyco Tuff Grip Bonding Primer is warranted to be free from manufacture defect. No other warranty or guarantee is expressed or implied. Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of product or purchase price. Labor, cost of labor, or consequential damages is hereby excluded.

Specifications

Details

Application Method
Brush,Paint Sprayer,Roller
Coating Product Category
Primer
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear - Low sheen
Dry to touch (min.)
180
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Paint/Stain Base Material
Water
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Key Features
Mildew Resistant,Waterproof
Primer Purpose
Difficult Surfaces
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Satin
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Dyco Tuff Grip Bonding Primer is warranted to be free from manufacture defect. No other warranty or guarantee is expressed or implied. Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of product or purchase price. Labor, cost of labor, or consequential damages is hereby excluded.

Questions & Answers

is it good for concrete steps

i use 2 coats of sure steps in the past without using any type of primer according to the instructions on paint can....but its peeling out in few days somehow the paint is not bonding with concrete steps
Asked by: umar
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Customer Reviews

Tuff Grip 5 gal. 9040 Clear Low Sheen Interior/Exterior Waterborne Bonding Primer is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works! After a house fire, basement walls were stained with black streaks from firefighting water run-off. Excess moisture in a normally dry basement caused wide areas of efflorescence, and odor was an issue. Tuff Grip seemed to be the product to solve a lot of issues, stain blocking, odor blocking, and a base coat for paint. Product info isn't hype at all: it did a fantastic job on all those! The product was fairly easy to apply; I rolled most of the basement walls, and finished some places with a brush. Second coat went far faster than the first. Walls were finished with Behr Foundation Sealer with EXCELLENT adherence. The product sold me on not needing to do way more prep work; I did wire brush efflourescence, but a major scrub of all walls wasn't necessary; I used a stiff broom on unpeeling walls. Other similar products recommended power washing, not an option in a basement. Tuff Grip seemed the least time-intensive and lives up to its name. It's a little pricey but worth it in time savings on prep labor. Project was completed two weeks ago and seems to be holding up excellently. Only one Con: this is supposed to be low VOC: NOT. At least not in a basement. We had to set up ventilation through a window because fumes were pretty intense.
Date published: 2015-09-09
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