Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nitpicky Elegant
This is beautiful on our patio. Went on over old paint nicely. Water beads up then disappears.
June 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cheryl No so great
This paint is expensive and it's not worth the money the only reason I gave it to stars is because it is easy going on and it does look nice in places but for the most part it bubbles up when it gets hot if it gets wet even after 10 days if water sits on it it bubbles up and peels off it scratches very easily so once you paint you can't move your lawn furniture on it you have to pick everything up carefully and move it
May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ElGuapo Ramp use
I used on wooden ramp on Mothers deck to prevent slips and falls. I can definitely feel the difference walking up ramp.
February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dang Wonderful Paint!
Covers so easily, looks like red satin carpet on my basement floor! Great, I love it!
June 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Squezer This stuff has been fantastic on the wood deck of my boat
I used this stuff on the last bow fishing boat I had and it worked so good that I am using it again on the new boat. It gets blood, guts, mud, water and fish slime all over it (sorry not trying to offend anyone) and that doesn't seem to bother it one bit. I have not power washed it just used the hose to wash it off. It did not come as clean as when it was freshly painted but I didn't care about that. It might look shiny new if I did power wash it. I used a primer and 2 coats of paint. This stuff comes out of the paint can more like a gel than a liquid. I would highly recommend it. It has a fine/small grit what helps with traction when its wet.
March 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by GoSpursGo Not very durable / does not adhere very well
This stuff scrapes up very easily. Area painted is a covered patio. I painted two coats over previously painted concrete. I first sanded the area with 80 grit on a 1/2 pad sander then pressure washed. The first coat was put on after allowing the patio to dry overnight. The second coat was put on 90 degrees to the first after about 24 hrs as instructed. I also kept heavy traffic off for about a week. Patio furniture scrapes up paint easily as well as dog's claws. Original plain paint didn't have this issue but it was 10 years old and time to be repainted. Coverage was good though - I think I could have gotten away with one coat, especially since I will probably end up scrapping it all off.
July 24, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lester So far so good
I painted a very old concrete patio that really looked bad from years of use. I cleaned it as instructed on the label, and let it dry for three days. The paint went on very easy with a 3/8 inch nape roller. It covered well and I only used one coat. It dried quickly and looks really good. I love the way the surface feels. It sure is non-slip, but doesn't look all that rough. It has been five weeks, and I believe it will last for a long time. I think the price is fair.
July 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cessna02 Good for the price
This is the thickest paint ;you will ever use. It's like pudding. You have to stir it my with a wooden stirrer or a drill with stirring attachment. What you are trying to do when you stir the paint is to get the non-slip grit spread throughout the paint as it tends to settle to the bottom of the can. It covered well with a roller. You have to take your time when applying it (i.e. roll slowly) so it fills all of the rough places in the concrete. Using a brush to get areas that won't fill with a roller helps as well. If it turns out that a second coat is needed it takes about half of what it took to do the first coat. We had very rough finished new concrete and it took about 2 gallons to do the first coat (about 200 sq. ft.) The second coat was done with a little more that 3/4ths of a gallon. It was about 90 degrees outside and it dried quickly. It was ready for the second coat in about 4 hours. Color was good and it's definitely non-slip. I didn't need to put any primer or concrete sealer on before the first coat and it worked fine. Cleanup with water was easy for everything but the brushes. You'll need to use a medium quality brush and then throw them away.
September 16, 2014