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Add SoftSand Rubber Particles to urethane, epoxy, and acrylic coatings to create an attractive, flexible, skid-resistant surface that feels better, looks better, and lasts longer than sand or other abrasive non-skid paint additives. Great for added safety on boat decks, hand grips, walkways, patios, pet ramps & more.
These spongy rubber granules are softer than standard abrasive non-skid additives, making them more comfortable to walk or kneel on. High-quality, durable granules have color pigment throughout, unlike other rubber non-skid additives made from recycled car tires—so the granules wear evenly & consistently, with no change in color. The long-lasting, stain-resistant surface remains attractive and easy to clean.
Choose White or Beige in Fine, Medium, or Coarse grade particles in 1/4 Pint, Pint, Quart Sifter Bottle, and Gallon sizes.
|SPT-SR-104-WF||White||Fine||Quart - Sifter Bottle|
|SPT-SR-104-WM||White||Medium||Quart - Sifter Bottle|
|SPT-SR-104-WC||White||Coarse||Quart - Sifter Bottle|
|Material||Proprietary, fully cured, cryogenically ground elastomeric particles|
|Broadcast Application Method||Sprinkle the particles by hand or shaker directly onto the first coat of paint while it is still wet.|
|Direct Addition to Paint Application Method||Mix the particles directly into the paint, then use a brush or roller to apply.|
|Specific Gravity||1.4 (Approximately half that of mineral additives)|
|Compatibility||Compatible with most solvent-based and waterborne paint systems, including polyurethane marine topside paints and epoxy or acrylic floor paints|
|Quantity Needed for Non-Slip Surface||10-20% SoftSand rubber particles by weight|
|1/4 Pint of SoftSand||Add to 1 quart of paint|
|Pint of SoftSand||Add to 1 gallon of paint|
|Recommended Number of Coats||Two coats generally create a more even distribution of rubber particles|
SoftPoint products contain no free silica. Crystalline silica (quartz) can be hazardous to your health. Breathing crystalline dust can cause the occupational lung disease silicosis, and may cause cancer and scleroderma. Always follow OSHA health standards when using crystalline silica dust.