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Approximately one quart of primer is required for every gallon of Overton's Rubberized Nonskid Coating.
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Q:Can this product be applied over an existing rubberized floor. I have a poontoon boat with the rubberized flooring from the factory. It has some sun cracks and some staining.Asked on 9/10/2013 by Debo from Mobile, AL
Q:i have a bass boat is 16' how much tuff coat do i need to cover the whole floor and do i need a primer do i need aroll are the roll come with the gallonAsked on 9/3/2013 by rivera from laredo, tx
Q:Can this be used on exterior wooden steps in a condo complex in Florida? Coolers and suitcases on wheels continue to destroy the paint. Will this stand up to this kind of wear?Asked on 7/14/2013 by Rob in charge from Destin Florida
Q:I have vinyl decking on my new dock. The areas where people come up onto the dock from a ladder and a set of stairs gets slippery. Would I be able to apply this product to portions of the dock decking? ie, masking it off to certain areas and not completely covering the dock -- nonskid borders along the edge, almost like a warning track at a baseball field?Asked on 7/9/2013 by some guy from Virginia
Q:Can I use this on wood steps in the water? I have wooded steps from my dock to the waterAsked on 7/2/2013 by Little Denny
Q:I will be using the White Non-Skid Tuff coating on the floor of my boat. After I pull the carpet up do I have to sand off the carpet glue, are will the product cover it up.
How hard is it to use the primer? all of the comments from others state it is hard to roll on. what kind of roller do you use for the primer so it will go on easy?Asked on 7/15/2012 by Jerry Lewis from Royse City, Texas
A:I used Tuff Coat on the deck of my 22 ft. Renken after pulling up the old carpet. After filling imperfections with bondo and sanding the Tuff Coat covered the remaining glue with no problem.
I used a standard 3/8 in. roller and the primer covered well, using only a half quart for 60 sq. ft.Answered on 12/5/2012 by Steve from Ft. Myers, FL
Q:Is this a sealant also? Will it help keep my wood floor from rotting?Asked on 5/31/2012 by Anonymous
Q:Can this product be used on vertical surfaces?Asked on 5/22/2012 by Anonymous
Q:I have a 17 foot project bass boat that is extremely oxidized and rough. I'm thinking of using Tuff-coat on the top cap and interior fiberglass. What products and materials do I need to do this application properly? Also, how well does it hold up on fiberglass?Asked on 5/21/2012 by Tatersalad from Bois D'arc, Mo
Q:Will the white coating fade or turn yellow?Do you put a hardner in the coating?If not how does it get hard?Asked on 5/11/2012 by Anonymous from Texas