Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 53
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fran Pool Deck
My pool deck had surface staining, cracks and surface brittle concrete for over 30 years, I wanted to get it resurfaced but could not afford it, I had estimates of $3700.00 which was not in my budget.
My son came up from Florida and researched the different types of pool decking and he picked out the Sure Step because it had wonderful reviews. My son cleaned. pressure washed, used 300 lbs of cement patching, filled the many cracks and prepped the deck. He rolled on the Sure Step and applied 2 coats which in each application took him 2 days. We ordered 20 (1 gal cans ) and only used 13 after 2 coats. Returned leftover unused cans to local Home Depot. Now as you can see the before and after pictures, we love our new pool deck which cost me a little over $500.00 We now are proud of our new pool deck and family and friends are enjoying the beautiful new look.
August 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by poolster Does the job
Knowing that I'd need 2 gallons, I mixed them in one larger bucket to ensure uniformity. Other than a basic cleaning there was no prep work to the existing spalled and cracked concrete floor. Coverage was excellent and it made a huge difference in the look of the garage floor. If just for pedestrian traffic it's great. But constant vehicular traffic showed patching only where the tires sat...so I now see 4 contact patches on the garage floor. But it's livable. I would still recommend this product. Perhaps had I etched may have proved a better finish, but I wanted to just get it done. See before and after pics.
June 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Babczie Extremely Happy With Results
After 25 years of weather beating down on our unsealed concrete pool deck, I had to do something. I ended up powerwashing the entire 650 sq ft with Simple Green & then began to paint. I could only paint first thing in the morning when the concrete was in the shade. I ended up using 7 gallons, 4 for the first coat & 3 for the second coat since the concrete was so porous. I am extremely happy with the result. The painted pool area is cooler when walking on it, less abrasive on your feet, & looks like a new surface. I haven't powerwashed any of it, but I am hopeful that the paint will not come off.
July 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by hank26 This product worked exactly as promised
It dried quickly was easy to apply covered very well and looks great im going to order more to do the rest of my basement
September 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jim2013 Paint has been on back porch floor for a week holding up well
2-gal. Light Gray Acrylic Anti-slip Concrete Paint - Cleaned old painted porch real well as per instructions and put two coats of the Sure Step all looks great and there is no slip when walking on painted porch floor when wet.
October 8, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hopey77 Second try with this product... happier
Two years ago I purchased "sand" and was not happy with the color, and within 2 years it looked pretty ratty. Mind you, our in-ground concrete pool is 50 years old! This year I am happier with the "light gray" tone and laid it on real thick. Coverage is good, it even helped hide some cracks and uneven spots. It also worked well on the metal ladder railings for an added anti-slip grip. Let's see how this stands the test of time...
July 24, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bahbuff Anti-slip Concrete Paint
Applied two coats as recommended on can. Good coverage and nice anti-slip texture. Paint has a mousse-like consistency so granules are evenly distributed throughout the paint. The light gray color is a true gray, not blue gray. Dries in 2 hours, recoat in 8. Manufacturer recommends waiting 7 to 10 days before use. Hopefully it holds up and looks as good next year.
May 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fridgie Just what I needed
Applied the product to my concrete front porch and steps. Following the instructions, went on easily. Noticed a slight blueish tint in the can and the first coat did appear a bit blue-gray when wet. When dried, it appeared light gray. Applied second coat and it definitely looks light gray now. My only wish is that it was sold in smaller quantities than a gallon. My porch is relatively small so I have about 9/10 of a gallon left. Hopefully I will be able to re-open and use more in 2 or 3 years when my porch needs another coat.
May 12, 2015