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Evercoat Skid-No-More Paint
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Evercoat Skid-No-More Paint
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Evercoat Skid-No-More Paint Customer Questions and Answers

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Do I need a primer on new marine plywood with Evercoat Skid-no-more?

Asked on 03/29/2016 by Jack Greenfield

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I did primer mine to guarantee adhesion to the new plywood and it hasn't peeled at all in three years

Answered on 03/30/2016 by ED DUPONT
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My boat was older, so the plywood wasn't new. I removed the carpet and applied the paint directly without primer. It has worked great without any water getting to the wood from the top. If you can paint both sides before laying the wood in your boat, I would recommend it. I had water moisture from below (around the motor and ski storage. It sticks great, so primer isn't needed and it has rubber in it, so it seals great.

Answered on 03/30/2016 by CRAIG CLERMONT

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SORRY, NO CLUE. WE USED IT IN A FIBERGLASS BATHTUB. GOOD LUCK.

Answered on 03/29/2016 by DONNA JACKSON

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It says no priming necessary, however I would seal the plywood with a clear penetrating epoxy first if it is going to be used on a boat or in a marine environment.

Answered on 03/30/2016 by Rick White
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I used this on my entire pontoon flooring after restoring it. EXTREMELY difficult to get a consistent coating although I love the rubberized feel. My question is this, I desperately need to paint the floor as the cosmetic appearance ruined my restoration project. I can't think of one reason why a good outdoor latex paint would not adhere to this material. Can anyone answer that for me?

Asked on 04/02/2014 by Undisclosed

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It is a pain to apply I did my entire deck of my bay boat and it took many hours with a very thick brush slowly brushing it evenly...DO NOT GET GASOLINE ON IT

Answered on 04/02/2014 by BRYAN ALLEN
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I am leery of skid-no-more. the jury is still out. However, it did keep moisture out where many leaks had been present on a fibre glass over plywood deck. A year after applying it, I noticed some blisters early on a wet morning. They seemed to have disappeared when the sun warmed things up. What you paint it on matters and the wrong combination can be devastating. Same for what you paint over it. Latex, epoxy and oil based paints don't get along. Good Luck bill at proctorillustration dot com

Answered on 04/02/2014 by WILLIAM PROCTOR
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Can I use this on a slippery high gloss new vinyl floor?

Asked on 04/16/2020 by Martha from Plano tx

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It works with wood, fiberglass, metal, concrete and previously primed surfaces. It is not likely to adhere to vinyl.

Answered on 04/18/2020 by Paul
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Can I use this on my spiral stair in the house. They are metal? Is it safe? I have small children.

Asked on 07/10/2018 by rick from Anderson SC

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You can use this product on metal. Unfortunately, it is more in the judgement of the consumer. We find it to be a great non-skid paint from our experience, but you may want to read reviews from other consumers to see if it would meet your needs.

Answered on 07/10/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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How much does a 1 gal container cover

Asked on 03/02/2018 by kyra from wy

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Yield for one gallon is 40-60 sq ft.

Answered on 05/22/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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WHAT COLORS CAN BE PURCHASED? CAN THIS PAINT BE MIXED WITH REGULAR COLOR MIXES AT PAINT STORES?

Asked on 05/31/2017 by Dino from RI

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Skid-No-More comes in a medium gray color, but can be tinted to a desired color with Evercoat Color Agents.

Answered on 06/14/2017 by JD Tech Team
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Will this take gas sitting on it? Will it bloodstain?

Asked on 02/11/2013 by john s

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it is latex based paint gas may cause it to blister.

Answered on 02/19/2013 by matt taylor
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