Tuff Coat Rubberized Non Skid Coating

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Tuff Coat Rubberized Deck Coating allows you to recover, recoat, or finish your boats deck. Tuff Coat is applied in a simple, two step, prime and paint process, that can be sprayed or painted on. Tuff Coat can be applied to many surfaces including; Metal, Fiberglass, Plastic, Rubber, Vinyl and Concrete Wood. Tuff coat allows you to have piece of mind while enjoying your deck or painted surface, for Tuff Coat allows a Non-Skid, No-Slip surface that prevents slipping by adding traction. One Gallon of Tuff Coat will cover approximately 50 sq. ft. of area, One Quart of Tuff coat Primer will cover approximately 60 sq. ft. of area. A little goes a long way, and you cant ever be to careful when safety is concerned, Tuff Coat is the best way to ensure a great looking, Non-Skid, No-Slip surface.

Key Features:

  • Tuff Coat UT-100F provides a Non-Skid, No-Slip surface
  • Chemical Resistant
  • Tuff Coat Non-Skid Coating can be Sprayed on or Rolled on
  • Adheres to; Fiberglass, Plastic, Concrete Wood, Vinyl, Metal, Rubber, Asphalt. This makes Tuff Coat ideal for Marine use.
  • Tuff Coat Primer and Roller sold seperately
Attention Note
All Tuff Coat product sales are final and not returnable. These items include (Tuff Coat Rubberized Non Skid 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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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!
Does this come in quarts?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We would only carry the Tuff Coat paint itself in gallons, the primer comes in quarts and it is recommended that one quart of primer is used for each gallon of paint.
Can you put in the bottom of an aluminum boat ?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Tuff Coat can be used on metal surfaces you would just want to be sure to use the metal specific primer (MP10). I will include a link to that for you below.

Can you send me a paint chart?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we do not have a sample chart of the different colors side by side. If you select a color from the drop down menu you will get to see the color but there is not a full side by side list. I hope this helps and please feel free to give us call if you have any other questions regarding any of our products.
Can tuff coat be added over the top of current paint with sand to soften? Current boat finish is awlgrip with sand and is very abrasive and I want to change it to be more comfortable and kid friendly.
Dennis G on Nov 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Dennis, this is a good question. I would not suggest putting the Tuff Coat over a sand-based non-skid. The sand in these types of non-skid does come loose with use, which would cause the Tuff Coat to come loose over time. Please contact us directly if you have any quesitons!
When I replace the plywood on my pontoon floor, instead of carpet, can I use tuff coat?
hotwheeler2049 on Nov 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this would be a perfect application. We recommend using the tuff coat primer first prior to applying the layer of tuff coat.
Can u provide a color chart ? Wanted to choose a blue finish thx , wanted to see actual colors thx
A shopper on Nov 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: A color chart can be found at the following link: http://tuffcoat.net/color-chart/
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