Prep floor accordingly to directions and coated twice. Waited 48 hrs before use and the floor peeled in places where table legs, chairs and anything that rested on it. Stick to epoxy, not worth the price for Behr product!
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Response from BehrAugust 24, 2020
Thank you for writing in. I'm sorry to hear about the peeling issue experienced with Porch & Patio Anti-Slip Floor Paint. It certainly isn't what we want our customers to go through.
To fix the peeling issue, I recommend sanding down the peeled areas to a smooth finish before cleaning and touching up. This coating requires a 72-hour dry time before going back to normal use and moving furniture back on the surface.
I understand this situation must be disappointing and encourage you to contact Behr's Customer Care Department for further assistance. We'd love to help.
The paint line is ok as long as it doesn’t get water near it. I prepped the concrete as the instructions stated, etched the patio as well and dead center of the front door, the paint blistered. Took 4 gallons to paint wished I wouldn’t have wasted time and money.
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Response from BehrJune 2, 2020
Thank you for your review. I'm sorry to hear about the blistering on your patio! To fix, I recommend sanding down the area that blistered, spot etching and priming the bare concrete, then touching up with more paint. For further assistance with your project, please feel free to reach out to us directly. We look forward to hearing from you! - Sara
Loved this paint! I had a concrete patio with about...
January 9, 2021
Loved this paint! I had a concrete patio with about 6 peeling layers of different color paints from across the years. I stripped the paint, etched the concrete, and re-painted with the slip-proof paint. The paint was thick enough that one coat covered the patio. It looks great, and I love the textured finish. Very impressed with this product.
This is my third review though my process of using this paint. I spent two days prepping my concrete patio for paint. I pressure washed, sand scuffed and etched to make sure the entire surface was ready. I then did 3 coats of the paint... because each coat kept showing terrible roller marks. After waiting more than 3 days to use the patio I started putting furniture back. Note: during the 3 days of drying time I didn't let anyone walk on it at all even though the can says light foot traffic is alright after 24 hours... I didn't want to disturb anything. The very first item I put back on the patio was my grill. The wheels of the grill almost immediately tore through the paint. Not that I shouldn't be able to lightly drag something across my patio but that wasn't the case... these were perfectly working wheels simply rolling across the patio when a turn resulted in paint peeling off. At this point we gave up a week and a half of using our patio, spent countless hours cleaning, prepping and painting on top of spending $200 on the paint... all wasted. After this experience I can't see using Behr products ever again. They also owe me the $200 I wasted on their product.
Behr responded to my second review... unfortunately, I already tried both recommendations. They recommended waiting at least 24 hours before applying another coat... I waited more than 48 hours between coats. They recommended applying coats in perpendicular directions... My first coat was in one direction, my 2nd coat was perpendicular to the first and the 3rd coat was perpendicular to the 2nd (same direction as the 1st coat). This is simply a bad product.
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Response from BehrJanuary 12, 2021
Thank you for providing an updated review. I'm terribly sorry to hear about your experience. I strongly encourage you to contact Behr directly for further assistance, so we can find the best way to help.
This is an update to my previous review. I had a problem with roller marks after the first two coats. I bought two more gallons and tried a 3rd coat. For the first two coats I used a 3/8” nap like the can recommended. After talking to the people at Home Depot paint counter I went with a 1/2” nap for the 3rd coat. I also asked them to mix the cans twice because the first 4 gallons weren't mixed very well...the dye has a hard time mixing into this paint. I poured the cans into a 5 gallon bucket and mixed it with a drill/ mixer to get it even. It does look better than the first two coats but still has roller marks throughout. I’ve done plenty of interior and exterior painting in my life and never had a problem like this before. I wish I hadn’t wasted my time or money on 6 gallons on paint.
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Response from BehrJanuary 4, 2021
Hi DIY - Thank you for your review. I'm sorry to hear that roller marks are still visible after 3 coats! To fix the finish, I recommend allowing the last coat to dry for at least 24 hours as more time to dry can help the paint even itself out. If the roller marks are still visible after additional dry time, I recommend applying another coat at the recommended spread rate. If your project is made of wood, it's best to work from one board end to the other to prevent any overlap marks. If your project is concrete, apply a new coat in the opposite direction of the last one. For further assistance with your project, please feel free to reach out to us directly. We'd be happy to help. - Sara
I like the paint and the color but I have applied two coats already and I'm having a problem with roller marks showing. I painted the inside and outside of my house myself and don't have this problem anywhere else using other paints but for some reason this particular product is being difficult. Either I'm missing a specific technique that this paint requires or the paint is simply prone to the problem. Now I'll need to try a 3rd coat to see if it gets any better.
We chose this for our front porch and I'm so glad we did! We get rain on our porch and concrete stairs, and both would get very slippery when wet. The anti-slip paint really has made a huge difference. We also love the look! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]