Tuff Coat™ Rubberized Non-Skid Coating
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- Coverage - 1 Gallon of Tuff Coat covers approximately 40-45 square feet
- Surfaces covered with Tuff Coat Rubberized Coatings must be primed with Tuff Coat Primer (See note below)
- Helps prevent slips
- Deadens and absorbs noise
- Texture may be varied when applied
- Non-toxic and environmentally friendly(no VOC's)
- Consists of recycled rubber crumb aggregate-non abrasive
- UV resistant pigments & stabilizers enhance protection
- Protects against chemicals such as acids, solvents, fuels, chlorine, salts, etc.
- Resists impact
- Waterproofs wood decking
- Can be sprayed, brushed or roller applied, easy for the beginner
- Dries to a quick, easy to clean finish
Tuff Coat is a high-performance, non-skid polyurethane safety coating that works to effectively coat and weatherproof a number of surfaces. This UV resistant coating protects your boating surfaces, and employs a non-abrasive, crumb aggregate texture that can be sprayed or brushed on, according to how much texture you desire for a protected, non-skid surface. Tuff Coat is highly effective in absorbing noise, which makes it extremely handy in coating aluminum boats and skiffs, as well as lessening the noise in your truck, dock, deck, or ramp. One quart covers approximately 12 sq. ft.; 1 gallon covers about 40-45 sq. ft.
Ideal applications include:
NOTE: Tuff Coat Rubberized Non-Skid Coatings are designed to be used in conjuction with Tuff Coat Primers and Roller Applicators.Tuff Coat Epoxy Primer Kit sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1315396. Tuff Coat MP-10 Metal Primer sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1315397. Tuff Coat Textured Roller Applicator sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1218203.
- Aluminum, Pontoon, House, Jon, Duck, Ski, & Bass Boats
- Decks & docks
- Boat Roofs
- Dog kennels
- Truck beds
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 29
Rated 1 out of 5
by Mqueeze not what they say it is
Tuff Coat not as tough as they say it is and poor customer service from Tuff Coat.
Coating formed cracks and pitting when cured, I called Tuff Coat and they said to buy more and recoat. This was a 30 sq ft area and I used a gal that stated 44 sq ft coverage. Called Bass Pro and they said they would refund my money since I was not satisfied. I bought 1 more gallon and recoated. The first time I took out my boat the non skid was very slick and I lost my footing three time. Upon cleaning my boat I found that my cooler had rubbed thru the Tuff Coat down to the fiber glass.
Poor quality product that does not perform as advertised.
May 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by Gunnerm1 Amazing Stuff- Easy DIY
I researched the heck out of coatings to coat the deck of my 16 foot fiberglass CC boat.
The previous owner let the Texas sun do its worst and faded the decking area. The paint top coat had originally been painted with a speckled paint but after years in the sun the original paint was so porous that brushing against it with bear skin would leave fiberglass in you. It was impossible to clean. Every shoe scuff or smear of mud seemed to absorb into the deck. So I purchased one gallon of this and the two part epoxy primer. I scrubbed the heck out of the boat with purple power and allowed to dry. I used painters masking tape to tape off what I didn’t want coating on. I then used an automotive spray gun to apply the primer and let dry. I then used a hopper sprayer attached to my air compressor to paint the boat’s “interior” surfaces. The first coat took all of ten minutes. The second coat took another ten minutes. Then done. This stuff was dry to the touch in an hour and within two days was so hard that I couldn’t scratch it. I am very pleased with the result. I think this will hold up very well and the inside of my boat looks really cool. I would recommend using this product to anyone. I wouldn’t want to try to roll this on with a roller unless you were doing a flat surface. A hopper sprayer can be purchased at your local tool supplier for around $25.00 If you don’t have a compressor, barrow one. I enjoyed the process, and have already been asked by several friends to do their boats. Luck for them I work for beer.
May 14, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by armypitbull69 waste of time and money
When we first put the coating on the inside of my boat it looked good and texture was good. After a few uses and cleanings started noticing the the color was rubbing off and grit for the texture was washing out of the boat after only two or three uses.
April 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5
by 1Saltydog Tuff stuff
product is good and very easy to use being water based , note that I sprayed mine with a texture sprayer , and believe the time you spend in preping will pay off . I took very little time to spray but do not spay to thick as the product will dry and crack . I used 4 gallons to do the interior of my boat but after weighing cost and the end product I question if it would not have been cheeper to have had it done . I and questioning how it will wear but time will tell. I hope to post a follow up after a day fishing and a car wash
March 4, 2014
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