Overton's Tuff Coat Rubberized Nonskid Marine Coating, gallon
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Overton's Tuff Coat Rubberized Nonskid Marine Coating, gallon

Overton's Tuff Coat Rubberized Nonskid Marine Coating, gallon is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 90.
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The ideal coating for every boat and dock, Overton's Rubberized Nonskid Coating is the world's BEST nonskid coating. Made of a cross-linked acrylic urethane co-polymer that's extremely weather, wear, and impact-resistant. The wide variety of applications range from boat docks and ramps to boat and pontoon decks, galleys, and fly bridges. Designed to adhere to wood, concrete, metal, fiberglass, plastic, rubber, vinyl, and much more. Water based, nontoxic, and environmentally friendly. Nonabrasive. UV-resistant colorfast pigments. Nonflammable. Resistant to acids, solvents, fuels, chlorine, salts, etc. Great for the do-it-yourselfer, Tuff Coat Nonskid Coating must be applied using the Tuff Coat Roller (item #73215 sold separately). It is recommended that this coating be applied at a maximum of 40 to 50 sq. ft. per gallon for most non-heavy commercial applications. Shipped ground only. No return or refund if product has been opened.

Approximately one quart of primer is required for every gallon of Overton's Rubberized Nonskid Coating.


Tuff Coat Nonskid Coating FAQs

Q: My existing flooring is dirty and damaged. Can I apply Tuff Coat directly over the old flooring, or will I have to remove the old flooring?
A:
If your flooring is dirty or damaged, it's recommended that you remove it and thoroughly clean the area to ensure proper adhesion.

Q: What is the expected coverage?
A:
One quart of primer and one gallon of Tuff Coat (applied in two coats) should cover a maximum of 40-50 sq. ft. for most non-heavy commercial applications.

Q: Do I have to use the Tuff Coat Application Roller for both the primer and the Tuff Coat Nonskid Coating?
A:
No, you can brush or roll on the primer with a regular paint brush or roller. The Tuff Coat Roller (item #73215) is only required when applying the Tuff Coat Nonskid Coating.

Q: What should I use to clean the area prior to application?
A:
Use a commercial-quality degreaser or laundry detergent with a scrub brush. Make sure all grease, oil, and other contaminants are removed from the area where Tuff Coat will be applied.

Q: Can I apply Tuff Coat with a sprayer? Can I use my HVLP (High-Volume Low-Pressure) gun to apply Tuff Coat?
A:
Only use the spray gun recommended by Tuff Coat -- Superior Brand Spraying-Mantis Handheld Hopper Gun. For larger projects, Tuff Coat recommends Graco Brand Tex-Spray Compact.

Q: Can I apply Tuff Coat to a painted surface?
A:
Yes, if the surface is not cracked or chipped and is structurally sound. To apply Tuff Coat to a painted surface, aggressively roughen the surface by sanding it with 36 or 40 grit sandpaper. The surface must be rough for proper adhesion. Clean all oils, grease, dirt, silicone, and other contaminants. Leave no residue. Prime with Epoxy Primer CP-10 (item #73216), then test a small area for adhesion. If adhesion is acceptable, then apply the Tuff Coat.

Q: Can I apply Tuff Coat to a steel or aluminum surface?
A:
Yes. All smooth metal surfaces should be cleaned and aggressively roughened by sanding with 36 or 40 grit sandpaper or by acid etching. Acid etching is recommended by the manufacturer. After roughening, clean and dry the metal surface, then prime with Metal Primer MP-10 (item #73217). Test a small area for adhesion before applying Tuff Coat. If adhesion is acceptable, then apply the Tuff Coat to the area.

Q: Can I apply Tuff Coat to plywood or treated lumber?
A:
Yes. New lumber needs no sanding, however old lumber should be sanded with 36 or 40 grit sandpaper. Make sure the surface is clean and completely dry. If applying to pressure-treated wood, be sure the wood has had sufficient drying before applying the primer or Tuff Coat. Prime the surface with Epoxy Primer CP-10 (item #73216). Test a small area for adhesion before applying Tuff Coat. If adhesion is acceptable, then apply the Tuff Coat to the area.

Q: I previously applied Tuff Coat to my boat and now need to repair an area. Can I apply Tuff Coat over existing product?
A:
Yes. If Tuff Coat ever becomes damaged, it can easily be repaired or coated over since the product bonds to itself. To repair, use a utility knife to remove all the damaged Tuff Coat. Then with the knife, make clean, sharp lines to establish a well-defined area for re-coating and eliminate any uneven edges. Sand the area with 36 or 40 grit sandpaper, so the new application can adhere well. Clean and dry the area, then prime with Epoxy Primer CP-10 (item #73216), before re-applying Tuff Coat.

Q: Are there any special requirements for maintaining the Tuff Coat finish?
A:
When cleaning Tuff Coat, do no use bleach or other caustic materials. For best results, clean Tuff Coat with a stiff deck brush and a general, all-purpose cleaner, such as Simple Green, TSP, laundry detergent, etc.
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  • Weather resistant
  • Wear and impact-resistant
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Nonabrasive
  • Covers a maximum of 40-50 sq. ft. per gallon
  • Overton's Tuff Coat Rubberized Nonskid Marine Coating, gallon is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 90.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use! I used this product on a pontoon boat. I am a fisherman and did not want to use carpet because fish scales, blood, slime, worm dirt, etc., will not come out of carpet. The Tuff Coat is easy to apply and looks great! Now I just have to see how long it lasts. If it lasts for a few years, I will give it 5 stars.
    Date published: 2016-05-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks Great So Far Living in SW FL, I was OVER the carpeting on my pontoon boat. Decided to go this route. I must caution anyone thinking of doing this.....YOU MUST FOLLOW DIRECTIONS TO THE LETTER! The hardest part of the whole installation was PREPARATION .....and the PRIMER isn't fun to work with but overall I did the whole project in Feb-March 2016. I'm very please with the look. I haven't had time to use the boat yet as I am doing more restoration. However, I will review again after I see how it holds up to humans and 2 canines. Caveat: RESEARCH RESEARCH AND RESEARCH.
    Date published: 2016-04-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good stuff Grate serifs for boats and docks ez to apply and durable grate for pontoon floors
    Date published: 2015-12-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product Sprayed this on a aluminum boat put the epoxy primer down first and adhered great lots of rubber for texture good finish
    Date published: 2015-11-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome stuff Got the light gray and doesn't get hot on feet Very good grip when it is wet
    Date published: 2015-08-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from tuff coat used for pontoon deck,looks great if it wears well could be worth the expense
    Date published: 2015-08-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from i will buy this product again and recommend it to all. Used the special paint roller, which is a must. It went on very well.
    Date published: 2015-08-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Product application Used this on the pontoon boat rather than carpeting this time and I like the looks of it. Will see how it holds up to normal wear and tear
    Date published: 2015-06-10
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    Does tuffcoat have an astm fire rating? USCG compliant.

    Asked by: Kohootz
    Per our manufacturer this coating is not fire resistant and does not have a USCG Certificate, but this is an item the Coast Guard does use on their vessels.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-09-20

    i have a 28' travel trailer, it has a type of rubber roof, can i use this product on it. thanks

    Asked by: john
    This should work for your application.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-09-01

    I installed the Sand color and have another gallon left over....but now i realize i would like Grey. Can I paint over with grey paint or could I have the gallon of Sand color tuff coat tinted grey?

    Asked by: Tyler
    It is not recommended to paint over the tuff coat do to it interfering with the non-skid capabilities. You may be able to tint the remaining coating, but we would recommend contacting the manufacturer directly on the correct procedures on doing so. Their contact number is 1-877-252-9457.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-31

    I've removed all the old carpet from my pontoon boat, but the glue is still there -- (even after using a belt sander) -- can the tuff coat be applied over the old glue. ?????????????????????? THANKS!

    Asked by: Albert
    It can but that area may not adhere as well as it would to the plain wood.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-28

    How many cans for a 18 ft pontoon? Also how many coats and cans of primer?

    Asked by: Mike48
    A gallon of coating covers a maximum of 40-50 sq.ft.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-27

    Once the wood and fiberglass have been sanded how do I clean it before applying the primer?

    Asked by: SATX
    Use a commercial-quality degreaser or laundry detergent with a scrub brush. Make sure all grease, oil, and other contaminants are removed from the area where Tuff Coat will be applied.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-27

    Have t rex bed liner coating in boat how would I apply tuff coat to it?

    Asked by: Lou
    It is recommended to remove the previous coating and re-apply to a smooth clean surface.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-24

    Can this product be used over a marine vinyl floor on my pontoon boat

    Asked by: Ankchap
    Unfortunately this will not work over the existing flooring. You would need to remove the flooring to have a good bond between the tuff coat and item being covered.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-16
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