Skid-No-More is an acrylic latex coating containing ground rubber for traction. Soft, resilient non-skid properties are non-abrasive. Works with wood, fiberglass, metal, concrete and previously primed surfaces. Also works on industrial surface areas including floors. No priming of roughened clean surfaces necessary. Can be color tinted with Evercoat coloring agents. Applies like a latex paint. 2 coats are recommended for a finished, carpet-like look. Approximately 50 - 60 sq ft / gal.
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Use Skid-No-More on steps, porches, walkways, diving boards, docks, boat decks and tools. Skid-No-More is a textured non-skid coating, formulated with acrylic latex and ground rubber. It is non-abrasive, pliable and resilient to the touch. It can be applied to most surfaces with a paintbrush, thin napped roller or squeegee. Skid-No-More comes in a medium gray color, but can be tinted to a desired color with Evercoat Color Agents.
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WHAT COLORS CAN BE PURCHASED? CAN THIS PAINT BE MIXED WITH REGULAR COLOR MIXES AT PAINT STORES?
Skid-No-More comes in a medium gray color, but can be tinted to a desired color with Evercoat Color Agents.
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Do I need a primer on new marine plywood with Evercoat Skid-no-more?
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.
I did primer mine to guarantee adhesion to the new plywood and it hasn't peeled at all in three years
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.
SORRY, NO CLUE. WE USED IT IN A FIBERGLASS BATHTUB. GOOD LUCK.
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?
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
I am leery of skid-no-more. the jury is still out. However, it did keep moisture out where many leaks had been presenton 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 Luckbill at proctorillustration dot com
Will this take gas sitting on it? Will it bloodstain?
it is latex based paint gas may cause it to blister.
Covered fairly well, two coats needed. I would use this again.
WORKS GREAT ON BATHTUB BOTTOM! NO MORE FALLS.
1 QUART DOES NOT EVENLY COVER A REGULAR BATHTUB FLOOR. WILL TRY 2ND QT & SEE IF IT IS MORE EVEN. SO FAR THOUGH--STILL NO SLIPS EVEN IN THINNER AREAS. IT POOLS & WILL DRY IN A KNOT IF NOT CAREFUL.
PINE BLUFF, AR
New floor in my center console looks great and is sealed and slip proof
Will not buy this product again
We just painted our sail boat/home from top to bottom, something that has been needed for some time. Non skid was one item on the list. We have a lot of non skid area on the deck and many things to paint around. We opened the can and the gray color was perfect, and after mixing it the texture was very nice. However, after applying it to our deck it became blotchy with rubber bits sticking up and BLACK. Not the color in the can, nor the texture I saw in the can. Where did the gray color go? Now I have a black deck that will make the inside of the boat very hot. There isn't any information that tells you the end result. When I Bought it the dealer didn't tell us it dried black. It is so horrible it makes me sick to look at my boat. I wasted my money and time on this product. It is best for a work boat or a fishing boat, but not my home.
after a good cleaning and surface scuffing.this paint product worked great.just need to keep in mind one coat will not do it.plan on doubling the square footage for proper coverage.the jobcame out better than imagined.
Will, do it better than most
Not quite there...
This Product is easy to apply and as used on the deck of a commercial skiff worked well up until there was a small gasoline spill... the gas bubbled this stuff off and made a mess of the surrounding area, similar to peeling latex paint on a wall. All well and good after a cleaning and reapplication... two months later an oil rag fell on deck and same thing, bubbles and failure of the nonskid. Two thumbs down. Might work well on a pool diving board but definitely not where it may encounter petroleum.