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Interlux Intergrip Non-Skid Additive
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Interlux Non-Skid Additive, Interlux Polymeric Noskid Compound
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Interlux Intergrip Non-Skid Additive Customer Questions and Answers

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Can you use with with ephifanes varnish? I have varnished teak and holly steps that look great but are slippery and I would like to texture the surface with out destroying the looks to reduce the chance of slipping. If not this, what would you use? Thanks JIm

Asked on 04/02/2012 by Jim Fraser

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It turns out I called Ephifanes tech support hot line and they have a similar product designed specifically to work with their varnish.(I have not seen this in stores) tiny polyethylene spheres or beads...looks like white powder. Mixed it as recommended, let it sit for 20 mins then apply with roller. Amazing results. Very uniform application. good grip and the beads seem to take on the color of the varnish and are not white. The finish looks really good, not quite as glossy but standing a few feet away you don't even notice it but when you step on it you get that solid feel. Highly rec you contact ephifanes. Maybe JD carries it I just have not seen it.

Answered on 04/10/2012 by Jim Fraser
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Hi Jim, Yes I was able to use it. I used a tin salt shaker. The kind with the wide screw on lid. I taped over the holes with masking tape and then punched out a limited number of holes to calibrate the dispenser. I did a test application to get the surface i liked. I masked off the area I wanted rough and applied the varnish and finished by shaking on the non skid. I really liked the results. :-)

Answered on 04/02/2012 by CHRISTINA YEAMAN-HARTLEY

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I've used this with several types of urethane and epoxy paints. I really like it and would definately recommend it. The last boat deck I did with it I used imron for the paint... I like the application process where you mix the additive into the paint and then let it sit for a while before rolling it out.

Answered on 04/10/2012 by TIM ROMACK

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yes just test a peice of teak by varnishing it and then adding the non skid to it and see if you like the texture it might milk up a little so test it first to see if you like the color and texture.

Answered on 04/02/2012 by HARRY MCLAUGHLIN

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also, three years ago I used it mixed with varnish on the stained wood ski locker cover in our ski boat - it still looks great after a lot of walking on..

Answered on 04/10/2012 by TIM ROMACK
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Can this be added to interlux briteside paint?

Asked on 07/07/2011 by Undisclosed

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I used Interlux Intergrip Non Skid additive in conjunction with Interlux Brightsides Flag Blue on our swim platform 2 months ago. I applied the non skid with a salt shaker which worked very well. To date no one has slipped on the surface and the paint bonded very well. Time will tell but I was pleased with results.

Answered on 07/08/2011 by JON KEENE
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Used with Perfection and the results were excellent. Follow directions carefully as to quantity. A little bit goes a long way. Two coats rolled on with foam rollers of half the recommended quantity each worked well for me. No reason excellent results can't be had with Brightside.

Answered on 07/10/2011 by CHIP ESTABROOKS

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I added this to Interlux perfection on my swim platform. Came out great!

Answered on 07/08/2011 by KEN NOMANDY

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worked great just need to add a little more than recommended amount mixed right into paint used smooth foam roller

Answered on 07/08/2011 by STEPHEN MITCHELL

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Sure. Why not?

Answered on 07/08/2011 by STEVE FORSTER
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will this product work on plastic deck material?

Asked on 06/23/2014 by Undisclosed

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Don't know, I used it on a fiberglass deck.

Answered on 06/23/2014 by RICHARD HILTZ
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We used it on a fiberglass cabin top and it looked great. I sold the saolboat so don't know any wear and tear assessment.

Answered on 06/23/2014 by DAVID PELTON

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This is a non-skid ADDITIVE. It's ADDED to the paint. If the PAINT qwill stick to the plastic, and the ADDITIVE is in the paint, then yes it will stick. If the PAINT is not one that sticks to the plastic, then no the additive won't stick.

Answered on 06/23/2014 by FRANZ SEISCHAB

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No. This is just an additive for boat coatings only . You might want to check with SlipDoctors for a premixed additive into a coating for plastic decks. I think tuff grip would work great.

Answered on 06/23/2014 by GREG COHEN
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I am renovating a 1979 sailboat and plan to refinish my topsides by sanding, pressure washing wiping with acetone then applying 2 coats of Interlux Primekote. Should I sprinkle this additive on the primer coat then top with Interlux Perfection or vice versa?

Asked on 11/11/2011 by RUSSELL COLLINS

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Russell, I did not need to use Primekote. I sprinkled the nonskid on the Interlux Perfection and I did not overcoat. This approach worked well for me. It was a small area. In a previous application I had tried an overcoat and did not care for the results. As a suggestion you might want to find a section of old fiberglass or similar suitable surface and do a couple of test strips. Good luck. JK

Answered on 11/11/2011 by JON KEENE
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No, the instructions from Interlux specify that you add it to the Perfection and let it sit to soak for a period before applying...I think it's 20 minutes. And they recommended a coat without additive either before or after the additive-mixed coat, can't remember...but the instructions are on the can of Intergrip, I followed them and it worked "perfectly", astoundingly durable. Not as unslippery as a carrier deck, but much more aesthetic 8)

Answered on 11/15/2011 by VINCE CARAVELLO

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Put it in the Perfection, otherwise it gets smoothed over by so many layers of paint.

Answered on 11/11/2011 by PAUL MEYER

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Not sure how you're applying Perfection but if rolling/brushing I would just mix in with the paint, if spraying, sprinkle it on with last coat.

Answered on 11/11/2011 by JEFF ARMSTRONG
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How much is recommended per volume of paint or square footage? I'm just coating about 30 sf of a tender deck.

Asked on 03/22/2014 by Bud Brittain

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That's easy. Read the instructions on the non-skid additive can. By the way, it works well.

Answered on 03/22/2014 by FRANZ SEISCHAB
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I bought two half pint cans for a 14 foot skiff. I had more than enough to apply it to the floor and casting platform. In fact I still have about half a can left. Hope this helps. John

Answered on 03/22/2014 by JOHN VANDEWALLE

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get a board and mix a small batch adding what you think is a good mix like 1 part to 5 and lay down a coat on the board with a roller and see if that is the roughness you want keep adding till you like it.

Answered on 03/22/2014 by HARRY MCLAUGHLIN
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Could this be used with TotalBoat Wet Edge Topside Paint?

Asked on 02/06/2016 by Billy Smith

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Billy S: I have not used my Interlux additive yet. I assume that Total Boat topside is a high gloss paint. I have been told by professional painters that you should also flatten high gloss paint along with the additive. The trade off is the flatter the paint the better the non-skid capability and the more the dirt sticks to the paint. I don't know the quality of the Interlux non-skid. However, I'm sure if it is consistent with Interlux products that it will work great. In a few weeks when this Northeast Florida cool humid weather leaves that I will let you know how the Interlux non-skid works with Epifanes High Gloss Topside flattened out. Hope it turns out well for you.

Answered on 02/06/2016 by Richard Oexmann
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Yes it can. I put down a coat of wet edge then a rolled coat of Non-skid applied by roller, mixed with Wet Edge. Finishing with a brush while still wet. Good rentention of anti-skid with a durable finish!

Answered on 02/07/2016 by BOBBY BROWN
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Has any body sprayed this with paint?

Asked on 10/19/2014 by John Sanoske

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I suppose you can spray anything....I never did...but for best resulta to make non skid.....use the roller they supply....this product is great!

Answered on 10/19/2014 by JOHN JABLONSKI
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I have not sprayed it on, however, if you were to spray it on the nozzle opening would need to be large enough for the non-slip particles to pass through it. That being the case, you'd be spraying with so much excess paint it would run all over the place. Roll it on!

Answered on 10/19/2014 by FRANZ SEISCHAB
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How many ounces are in the quart can? I'm reading the data sheet and see the mix ratio, but not seeing the weight. Thanks!

Asked on 05/27/2020 by Scott from LA

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A quart is 32 oz.

Answered on 06/22/2020 by Paul
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do you have any shipping discount?

Asked on 12/27/2016 by duffield Last Name

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We will have some free shipping offers going in the spring, sign up for our emails and you will be notified when.

Answered on 12/27/2016 by Rick White
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Looking for a clear, non-skid coating I can apply to tile on an outside patio. Can you recommend a product for this application? Thanks.

Asked on 07/29/2013 by Undisclosed

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This is an additive. Works great, not sure if it would be clear thou

Answered on 07/30/2013 by BOB BENSON
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