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TotalTread is a ready-mixed, slip-resistant polyurethane non-skid deck paint with unique Propyltex™ wax texturing agents. The rounded shape of Propyltex™ waxes provides optimum gloss control and is less abrasive compared to silica texturing agents found in most non-skid deck paints or additives.
Apply TotalTread by brush or roller. You will love the grippy, but not abrasive, high-traction surface. Apply a second coat for even more grip.
Available in Quart and Gallon sizes in four colors: Sand Beige, Kingston Gray, and White (which match our TotalBoat Wet Edge Topside paint colors), and Light Gray (NEW!), which is a lighter, less blue gray than Kingston Gray.
Free quick-start kit included with each order: Contains (2 ea) paint pots, (2 ea) stir sticks.
|Thinning (Brush/Roll Application)||Can be thinned 5-10% with TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100, if needed.|
|Thinning (Spray Application)||Thin with xylene, typically 15-20%. Thinning percentage varies by sprayer type and conditions.|
|Cleanup||TotalBoat Special Brushing Thinner 100 or TotalBoat Dewaxer & Surface Prep|
|Primers||TotalBoat Topside Primer, TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer (Metals), TotalBoat TotalProtect (Fiberglass/Metals), TotalBoat Aluminum Boat Barrier Coat (Metals)|
|Recommended Number of Coats||1-2 thin coats.|
|Coverage||250-300 Sq. ft. per gallon|
Our TotalTread is formulated to address these issues. Instead of a hard irregular shaped silica grit agent, TotalTread's wax rubber spheres are shock absorbing to give the finish some elasticity. The paint sticks better, and the finish looks better longer. It's easier to clean and won't wear away from scrubbing. And, because it's still a 1 part finish, it's easy to apply.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including titanium dioxide and ethylbenzene, known to the State of California to cause cancer, as well as chemicals, including ethanol, known to the State of California to cause developmental toxicity. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov