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
I wasn’t sure I would like the product, so I bought one gallon to start. I love the little bit of texture and am happy it will make our patio non-slip. I’m using it on the patio where most of the paint from a previous use has worn off. It covers really well and I love the mildew resistance properties. I live in South Florida with a western exposure so our patio takes a beating in the elements. If this product delivers on the advertised results I will be one happy customer. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]