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Tuff Coat Medium Texture Deck Coating

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Enhance your deck with the gripping confidence you’ve been looking for! Unlike other non-skid surfaces, Tuff Coat is easy on your feet while providing a highly durable, yet attractive surface. Ideal for boats decks, docks, playgrounds, and more; Tuff Coat is the easiest way to ensure traction and comfort.

Key Features:

  • Handles wear from forklifts to foot traffic, making it ideal for marine use
  • Adheres to fiberglass, plastic, concrete, wood, vinyl, metal, rubber, and asphalt, creating a long-lasting non-skid surface
  • Environmentally friendly, chemical and UV resistant, and extremely durable
  • Easy applied by spraying or rolling paint onto surface in thin layers
  • We recommend purchasing and applying Tuff Coat Primer before Non-Skid Coating to ensure better adhesion
  • NOTE: One Gallon of Tuff Coat Non-Skid Coating covers approximately 45 sq. ft.
Attention Note
All Tuff Coat product sales are final and not returnable. These items include (Tuff Coat Rubberized Non Skid Coating, Tuff Coat Smooth Deck Coating, Tuff Coat Coarse Texture Deck Coating, Tuff Coat Water Based Primer, Textured Tuff Coat Roller)
  • What prep work is required before using Tuff Coat?

    The Surface must be cleaned thoroughly. If residue is left in the area you wish to apply Tuff Coat, you can run into adhesive problems during application. Tuff Coat recommends "Zep Industrial Purple" as a de-greaser and surface cleaner. After the surface is cleaned, Tuff Coat Primer can be applied.

  • Is the primer required?

    Absolutely, if you are applying Tuff Coat for the first time, the primer must be applied before Tuff Coat Rubberized Coating is applied. Tuff coat will last up to 7-10 years, if you are re-applying Tuff Coat to an area that has Tuff Coat already, one coat is all you?ll need for another 7-10 years.

  • Does the primer need to dry before application of Paint?

    Yes. Primer dries in about 4 hours, for wet concrete surfaces Tuff Coat recommends letting the primer dry overnight.

  • Do I have to use the Tuff Coat Roller?

    If you plan on applying Tuff coat with a roller, the Tuff Coat Roller is required. It has a unique honeycomb design that spreads rubber coating evenly. The Tuff Coat Roller is very durable and can be rinsed and re-used numerous times. The roller is designed with a plastic core so the roller can be cut to size for your specific need. Generic rollers from the hardware store will not disperse the rubber properly.
    As an alternative to rolling, Tuff coat you can also be applied using an Under Coating or Cup Gun, Drywall Hopper Gun or a Texture Spray Rig for bigger projects.

  • Will the Tuff Coat Fade? If so how long will it last?

    Tuff coat will last up to 7-10 years, if you are re-applying Tuff Coat to an area that has Tuff Coat already, one coat is all you?ll need for re-application.

  • What materials is this designed for?

    Tuff Coat UT-100F is designed for Wood and Fiberglass

  • How many cans will I need to cover my boat?

    One Gallon of Tuff Coat will cover approximately 50 sq/ft of area

  • Should I use gloves or masks when working with Tuff Coat?

    A mask is not necessary when applying Primer and Tuff Coat Rubberized corner, when cleaning and prepping the surface for primer a mask is suggested. When applying Tuff Coat gloves are a good idea since Tuff Coat dries very quickly and may be a challenge to wash off.

  • At what temperatures should Tuff Coat be applied?

    Tuff Coat recommends temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Fahrenheit

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Tuff Coat rubberized deck and dock coating
I recently used Tuff Coat MP10 primer and medium gray rubberized coating to refinish the bow and gunwales on a 1983 aluminum boat. The products were easy to apply and performed well. I have already recommended Tuff Coat to a friend with a slippery cargo trailer ramp.
August 28, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Excellent product!
Everything promised! Great bargain for price!
Built battery box for fishing boat, really made the box look like a professional/ factory install
Built battery box for fishing boat, really made the box look like a professional/ factory install
August 23, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Great Product!
We have a 2 story pontoon and wanted to coat the top story because the sun had started splitting the linoleum floor that was there. We used this product and it worked great! Thanks for a quality product!
August 23, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Did not stick
I applied product and let dry for over 3 days and as soon as it got wet it started wrinkling and tearing and coming up. Maybe a water based product should get wet ?
August 12, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
Wasn't what I thought it would be at all, doesn't cover very well for the price.
May 31, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Good just a little thick I think it goes on best with a brush
May 21, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Came damaged/long shipping process.
Altogether seems like a good product, unfortunately after waiting 2 weeks to receive the gallon of tuff coat it came damaged. Dented and slightly leaking. Spent nearly $200 between paint and primer. Extremely disappointed to finally receive a damaged product.
May 5, 2019
It was easy to apply and looks fantastic I would definitely recommend this product to anyone with a boat
April 22, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
This stuff is the best it worked great on aluminum deck of the boat I'm working on I was a little skeptical about this stuff sticking to aluminum but if it will stick to aluminum it will stick to anything very good product
April 4, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Excellent product
Ordered and received in a timely manner. used it to paint the new floor in my 20 foot Sea Nymph open bow. Turned out great, looks great also. Excellent non-slip surface. would highly recommend this product.
October 9, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
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I will need to cover a area 6 ft by 17 ft how much will I need ?
Jamie G on Dec 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: One gallon of Tuff Coat will cover approximately 50 sq. ft. of area and one quart of Tuff coat Primer will cover approximately 60 sq. ft. of area. You should need at least two, possibly three, gallons of Tuff Coat and 2 quarts of primer. I hope this helps!
Can you add other paint/colorant to this to change the color of the tuff-coat?
Danny on Mar 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can absolutely modify the color of the Tuff Coat by adding external paints or pigments. The only important hook is that because Tuff Coat is water based, the colorant that is added also needs to be water based. Hope this helps!
What would you recommend to use on the concrete around my pool steps to provide a non-slip smooth surface to sit on by the steps?
Angie G on Feb 27, 2019
Are there any issues with yellowing if I choose the white tuff coat?
Gary R on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great question! We have not heard any issues of yellowing over time with the White colored Tough Coat.
Some of the paint/finish on my boat is wearing and you can see the clear fibers on the wood. I think all of the paint is thinning, so I wanted to refinish it with this. Do I need to sand the old paint off or anything? I know I should use primer but I’m unsure about whether it will go onto paint. Thanks!
A shopper on Apr 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great question! You would need to prep the area for painting to make it smooth by sanding or filling and areas, but removing the paint is not necessary to create a tight bond. We do recommend applying the primer prior to painting.
Can tough coat be applied to marine plywood?
A shopper on Mar 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great Question,

This product can be applied to marine plywood. but it will need to have the CP-10 primer applied to the plywood beforehand.

Thanks
I have a work barge and the steel floor has red primer on it can I use tuff coat over top of it?
Charlie B on Dec 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: That's a great question! Tuff Coat highly suggests you use their primer. As far as their primer sticking to the current primer you have on the deck, we're not certain if that would work or not. For more information on what would be involved in making this happen please reach out to us directly.
How many coats is suggested for ultimate finish?
Wanda S on May 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Two coats are recommended, if it is a high traffic area go with three coats, that is what I did on my 21 foot bass boat
Can I buy Tuff Coat in light texture instead of medium texture? I have young grandkids and this would go on the houseboat swim platform.
Bill G on Apr 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: After having Tuff Coat on my deck for 3 months I have found Tuff Coat to work as advertised. It works as an aggressive non-skid yet is easy on the feet. I have not found it to be abrasive with normal use. Not bad on the knees either, as normal non-skid is.
I have a 4' X 8' deck. Will one gallon be enough? and how thick does it need to be? Do i need primer or use it straight on the plywood?
Ronnie D on Sep 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ronnie, One gallon should certainly be enough to cover a 4 x 8 area. You will need to use the CP-10 primer in order to have the best adhesion for the paint. Thanks Ronnie!
I’m confused, you have hardener, primer and tuff coat so I need all three? What’s the process then primer, hardner then tuff coat?
Bryan D on Sep 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bryan, Tuff Coat has a primer (which is a two part primer that you mix together before applying it to the prepped surface), and then there is the paint. There is not a separate hardener for Tuff Coat. Thank you!
will this product adhear too boat plywood floor that had several layer of expoxy resin applied too it or do i not apply the resin over the adx plywood?
dennis f on Jun 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I can’t answer your question specifically, however the primer provided is any parks see based coating. If you plan to use the primer I feel confident it would work but it may work without the primer..
I have 19-8 Carolina Skiff. I would like to paint the deck using the Tuff coat Rubberized Non Skid in a life blue color but I would like to paint the inside walls white. My question is do I need to use the non skid paint for the side walls or should I use a different type of paint .What would you recommend?
Keith Y on Jul 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hey Keith, great question. You can do either. Tuff Coat is great for decks, but can be used on any suitable surface. However, surface prep for Tuff Coat Vs. other marine paints may be different. Thanks!
Can this product be put on a stained deck attached to my house,or is this product only for boats and decks by water?
Buck Jones on May 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have only used this product on plywood and aluminum in my Duck boat. It's working great, but we are very hard on it. IE 80 pound lab, decoy bag, mud n sand on our boots etc........
Consult Tuffcoat, your deck having stain on it the product might not adhear to the wood
I have a fiberglass fish/ski boat which currently has carpet on the decks but is fiberglass with heavy metal flake paint underneath. Do I need the primer before applying the Tuff Coat non stick paint? Also, is there any additional prep required before prime/paint?
Hank T on Sep 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hey Hank, applying Tuff Coat Primer before the Tuff Coat Deck Coating will help the Deck Coating adhere to the deck surface. Before priming and painting, be sure to clean the area well. Sand the area first and clean up any sanding residue. For a clean finish use masking tape so primer and paint do not get on surfaces you do not want covered, more detailed preparations will ensure a more clean and detailed job! Allow the primer to dry for approximately 24 hours (this depends on the temperature outside and the humidity) before you apply the Tuff Coat Deck Coating. If you have any further questions our number is (866) 633-7961.
Can Tuff Coat be successfully applied with a paint brush?
John P on Sep 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I only used the roller made for tuff coat. I never tried a brush. I believe the texture of the roller is needed to apply.
Can I use Tuff Coat on the bottom of my polyethylene boat? As in the bottom that’s in the water? Also will it seal any cracks that may leak?
Preston on Aug 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No it will not seal leaks, and not a good idea to use under the waterline. This is not a below waterline paint.
Can I use this to resurface the floor of a shower? Is it easy to do? How do you determine and the achieve the texture you want?
NANCY B on Aug 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Nancy, you could use this material as a non-skid surface in a shower, but it is not designed to fill/prevent leaks. The application of the material is easy to do. For your application, I would look at the medium or the fine texture for non-slip purposes. Thank you!
On my current coating, I have 1" wide strip all around the decks and the deck hardware in the same color without the nonskid surface. this looks very clean and neat, can this be done with your product? Thank you in advance for your time.
Pelican on Jul 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: yes change your texture roller and strain product with paint strainer.
I have an old tile patio. Will your product adhere to tile?
John H on Jul 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I feel confident that the product will adhere to porous tile, I would however research a primer before applying.
Can you walk on the surface? I have a bass boat, and I fish with NO shoes.
Onion on Jun 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely! Tuff Coat is very friendly on bare feet.
How will this hold up in a dog kennel. Will it repel urine? Will anything penetrate through it? Thanks,
Rhonda T on Jun 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Rhonda, this is a great question that we do not have a great answer for. Short term exposure is not an issue at all, but we cannot speak for regular long-term exposure in these conditions. You might try reaching out to Tuff Coat directly. Thank you!
I have an Xpress boat that the non skid surface paint is peeling in areas. I would like to repaint the entire floor and deck of the boat. Will I have to remove ALL the OLD non skid surface or just the areas where it is peeling?
LESHIA T on Jun 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Leshia, I would recommend removing all of the old non-skid before putting down the Tuff Coat. The tuff coat will bond to wat it is applied to, but if the old non-skid is peeling up then the tuff coat will come up with it.
If applying more than one coat is primer needed between each coat?
Lou S on May 30, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Lou, no primer is not needed between coats as long as you add the additional coats in the proper amount of time per Tuff Coats Instructions. Thank you!
Can I use this on wood( fir) wood deck that is peeling after 5 months? Deck 33 ft x 14.
Linda S on May 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: prime it with thier premium primer then apply tuff coat very good product
I want to create a custom color, something in the direction of the brown on the chart. What color should I choose for the base to start tinting?
Robert C on May 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robert, this is a great question. We had a customer who ordered the wrong color recently and was able to correct it by taking his can in to a Sherwin Williams. I would think that you would start with white and modify from there, but you might be best off contacting Tuff Coat directly to get the answer to this question. Thank you!
Can this be applied over existing vinyl flooring material?
Bill B on May 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: yes, but do not apply with too rough of
an applicater
Can you apply Tuff coat over concrete board. I have removed carpet but the adhesive is all over the wood. I can not find thin marine grade plywood to install over existing floor?
Mike K on May 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mike, tuff coat can certainly be applied to concrete, wood, or fiberglass when using the CP-10 Primer to cover the existing carpet adhesive.
Will this product cover joints up and repair to the wood floor? How many square feet does one can cover?
Jay B on Apr 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Good morning I bought this paint for my deck ramps for my dogs it is a great paint I know it’s for boats but it really looks good on my ramps we got to cans and only used one and a1/3 of the other one it goes on thick but make sure you use a primer with it. We put a new deck on and you can’t tell the difference from the deck color and the ramp color, I’m very pleased with the way it turned out. I do have pictures of the ramp painted and the stairs that are deck boards.
Need primer for outdoor application would that be the water base primer ?
Gerard on Apr 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Gerard, Great Question!!! We offer two types of primers the CP-10 which is a primer that you would want to use on wood, concrete and fiberglass. Then there is the MP-10 which is what you would want to use when applying Tuff Coat paint to metal. Both in fact will be fine for an outdoor application.
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