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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 45 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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  1. Tuff Coat Rubberized Non Skid Coating
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  5. Textured Tuff Coat Roller
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Tuff Coat worked great
Stuff is tuff as hell. Put it in a small 13' aluminum boat... Was not made for aluminum but used it anyway its holding up just GREAT. This stuff is awesome. I didn't need to use special roller for rough surface but did anyway. IM HAPPY! You will be too... Just give it a GOOD CLEAN SURFACE and let the stuff do its job. Like building a house U NEED A GOOD FOUNDATION.
August 28, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Great Product
This is a good product for Boat decks. It looks good and creates a maintenance free issue and slip free surface.
June 26, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Great Product!
We are restoring our boat and this stuff is just what we needed! Easy to apply and looks great! I will post pictures of the final product soon! Definitely recommend this product!
June 19, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Good paint
Tough stuff worked great for me. I wish they would sell a smaller size roller for tight places. Really softens up the steel. I have a steel hull boat and it it on the front deck. Lots of compliments.
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May 26, 2018
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4 months ago
Awesome paint.
Awesome paint. Quick shipment, great communication.
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February 22, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Full Moon Fishing Service was looking for a low maintenance option instead of carpet. We hit the nail on the head here! Tuffcoat is awesome!
Very easy to apply and once it dries there’s no getting it off!!! Easy on the bare feet in the boat .
Guide service approved!
Guide service approved!
February 19, 2018
Purchased
7 months 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!
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.
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!
Can I put this on concrete?
Charles D on Sep 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Tuff Coat works very well when applied to concrete. Thanks Charles!
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!
Can the tuff coat be tinted with latex paint?
Jason H on Aug 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great question. Tuff Coat is available in multiple colors. Please give us a call to discuss your application so we can help get you the right product.
My first and second coats of tuffcoat are cracking on my boat. I followed the directions. What caused this and what can I do?
Danny on Jul 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Dan, I reached out to the manufacturer and here is the response i got from them; "We call that “mud cracking”. It is caused when the product is applied to thick. Our products are all water-based and dry by evaporation. We recommend applying tuff coat in 2 light coats. If there is any product left over you can apply another 3rd light coat to cover the cracking." I would try this if you have leftover paint and let us know how it turns out! Thank you!
We are looking at using tuff coat on the sidewalk around our playground at a childcare center I know it's non-slip but is it too rough for A young child to crawl on?
Andrew L on Jul 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Andrew, the tuff coat can have a rough texture to it, but I do not believe it would be any worse than concrete. I do think it might be a bit aggressive for a young child to crawl on for a long period of time.
I am looking for something to coat the inside of a galvanized steel stock tank to make a swimming pool for our kids. Will this product hold up?
Dana M on Jul 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Dana, for pool app for application like this you would need to purchase UT100 AQSR with MP10 Primer. this will help provide a slip resistant surface as well as being able to hold water well. Thank you!
I’m restoring a pontoon boat with marine plywood floor, I don’t want to use carpet or vinyl, is a good option, and would it be applied with a brush or roller size 8’x24’ ?
Steve M on Jul 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Steve. This is actually applied with a Textured Tuff Coat Roller. It is a special roller from the manufacturer that is required to apply the paint or primer. Here is the link on our website. https://www.boatoutfitters.com/textured-tuff-coat-roller . Thank You!
My shower floor has stress cracks and is starting to leak a little. I need a coating that will seal the cracks, yet be flexible since the shower floor flexes a little. Will Tuff Coat work for this application?
Russ S on Jul 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Russ, as long we are talking about slight web fractuing and not cracks this product will hold up fine to bit of flexing.
How does Tuff Coat do when premix gasoline gets spilled on it? Outboards need fuel containers and I'm considering using this stuff on the floor where those fuel containers go...
Richard D on Jun 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Richard, pre mixed fuel can stain the surface but I have not heard of anyone have any failures due to small amounts of fuel being spilled on the paint. I hope this helps but please feel free to give us a call if you have any other questions regarding the paint of any of our other products.
What colors does it come in ?
John S on Jun 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great Question John,

The colors of our Tuff Coat comes in is Black, White, Tan, Medium blue, Boston Whaler Blue, Light Blue, Waterpark blue, Dark Blue, Keywest Sand, sand, Dark brown, Olive, Green, Dark green, Safety Yellow, Safety Orange, Red, Brick Red, Dark Grey, Light Grey, Medium Grey. You can see the different colors on the product page by choosing the color via the drop down box above and to the left of the add to cart button.

Thanks John!
If you have gaps between the boards, do we need to fill them. If so with what?
Ronnie P on Jun 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Ronnie, prepping to apply Tuff Coat would be no different that any other paint. It is a little thicker but if you are worried about the gaps i would recommend using a marine grade fairing compound as long as the boards are supported well enough to keep them from flexing and the fairing cracking out.
I have a 2nd floor deck that is concrete tile and grout, the grout lines after 25+ years have cracked and water is getting through. I need it water proof will this product do it? Thank you!
Mark G on Jun 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mark, this is a great question. I am sure that this will bond well to the tile, but I am not so sure about the grout. I would suggest contacting Tuff Coat directly to get a better answer. Thanks Mark!
I want to use this on my in-ground pool coping. The coping is rusting and I need to sand and paint it. Would this be good to use and would it help to keep it from rusting?
Don W on May 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Don,
Great Question, this product has not been tested to be rust proof, it basically is unaffected/less effected by water, but does not "rust proof" the substrate beneath it.
is tuff coat good at sub 0 temp?
A shopper on May 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello, that is a very good question. to be honest that would probably be a question better answered by the manufacturer because i am sure there are going to be some variable you would need to go over with them regarding application. You can reach them at www.tuffcoat.net
Can you apply several coats at one time to make a thicker application?
dempsey b on May 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Dempsey, it is recommended to do several coats and to let it dry to the touch between coats. Trying to apply the pain too thick can lead to "mud cracking". I hope this helps and please let us know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else we can do for you.
Will it work for aluminum?
A shopper on May 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello, you can definitely use Tuff Coat on aluminum, just be sure to use the MP10 metal primer to prep the surface.
Why is green more money$?
A shopper on May 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello, that is a great question, certain colors of Tuff Coat require more pigments in order to get them to a uniform color so they do cost a little more than the lighter colors. I hope this helps and please let us know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else we can do for you.
BASSBOAT. Figerglass has some small cracks in the fiberglass under the old carpet. just the standard ones for age boat is a 1988, but always in a shed when not in use. How well will this stuff cover or fill these small cracks. Figerglass deck is still very strong no soft spots. Just wanted to know what the standards are as for filling in small crack or crazing. So want to get away from carpet?
Avl10043 on Apr 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Abry, if they are small hairline crack the paint should cover that but it would be recommended to fill and sand those before prepping to paint. Please let us know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else we can do for you.
Does this paint stain easily? such as blood, oil, red wine, tomatoe sauce etc. And does miscellaneous fine particles of dust, milldew, algae, or smashed food items adhere between the textured lumps making cleaning difficult?
Jesse R on Apr 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great question! Tuff Coat generally does a great job resisting stains and cleans up fairly easy.
If I choose white will I have any issues with yellowing over time?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is a good question. We have not heard of the white "yellowing" over time. In fact, I have the white on my boat (3 years old) and it looks just as it did when I sprayed it on! Thank you!
I put ultra tuff on my decks 15 years ago. Can I re-coat them after 15 years?
putzo on Apr 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Good Afternoon,

We would recommend that you clean the old paint off completely and then start with a fresh application of the tuff coat product.

Thanks.
I’m applying tuff coat on the front deck and floor of my aluminum G3, do I have to prime or prep the deck before applying tuff coat?
Jayson V on Mar 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Excellent question Jayson,

It Is highly recommended by Tuff Coat that you thoroughly clean and prep the area and then apply a primer before you apply Tuff Coat. I have linked below an application manual for any more questions you may have.

http://tuffcoat.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Tuff-Coat-Application-Manual_2016.pdf .

Thanks.
I have a poorly finished slightly worn walnut shell non skid on the deck of my fiberglass sail boat. It is light blue I want to now paint over it in beige color would your product work for this project and what prep needs to be done?
A shopper on Mar 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great Question,

This product can work well with your application. I have included a link to the application manual for Tuff coat to give you the specifics on applying it to a fiberglass deck.

http://tuffcoat.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Tuff-Coat-Application-Manual_2016.pdf .

Thanks.
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