- TREDGRIP is a high build, water based acrylic copolymer which has crosslinked non-abrasive crumbed rubber particles incorporated providing excellent non skid properties. It exceeds Australian Standards for Non-Slip Coatings and has high elasticity and very good tensile strength making it an ideal coating for boats. It will not take skin off feet and hands if a person trips, unlike non skid paints containing solids.
- TREDGRIP is hardwearing & decorative when renovating exterior areas on boats, around pools, factory / warehouse floors, decking stairways, steps and walkways.
- TREDGRIP remains permanently flexible and will cover hairline cracks.
- TREDGRIP can be applied indoors or outdoors to timber, plywood, GRP / Fibreglass, metal or concrete surfaces.
- TREDGRIP is strong & tough and has excellent weathering stability.
- TREDGRIP is the easily applied anti-slip coating by the DIY or professional.
- TREDGRIP can be used in wet areas.
- TREDGRIP is acid & solvent resistant.
- TREDGRIP can be easily touched up to restore its original appearance.
- TREDGRIP covers approximately 5-6 square metres per litre
- TREDGRIP is available in 18 matt finish colours and is suitable for interior and exterior areas (although the colours below do not show the textured feel of Tredgrip).
- TREDGRIP is also available to be tinted to the colour of your choice in any of the Dulux exterior paints colours. There is a $10.00 mixing fee for non standard colours
- TREDGRIP can be painted directly onto cleaned surfaces or it can be applied over an undercoat. At least two coats are recommended.
- TREDGRIP is manufactured in Australia for Australian conditions.
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