Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating
Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating allows the beauty of wood and timber decking to show through.
- Provides a slip-resistant surface in wet conditions
- Clear, low sheen finish
- Ideal for foot traffic
- Can be applied over new or existing decking stains or bare timber
- Micro-aggregates give increased grip
- Excellent coverage
Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating is a clear deck coating which allows the beauty of wood to show through whilst providing a slip-resistant surface. It also provides all types of exterior timber decking and walkways with a protective, slip resistant surface.
Containing micro-aggregates, this coating gives increased grip in wet conditions and can be applied over new or existing decking stains as well as bare timber.
- Timber decking
Ensure surface to be treated is clean, thoroughly dry, sound and free from wax, oil or any other contamination. It is important that the substrate is thoroughly dry before application and during the drying period otherwise blanching (whitening) may occur. Existing coatings should be lightly sanded to aid adhesion. Weathered timber should be made good. On bare wood the use of a decking stain is recommended prior to application of Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating as this will give the wood better UV resistance and prolong the lifetime of the coating. Ensure new or bare timber is adequately preserved prior to applying wood finishes, apply Blackfriar Wood Preservative Gold Star (Clear) to untreated timbers where required.
Stir thoroughly prior to use. For best results apply two coats by short pile roller. Allow the first coat to fully dry before applying a second coat. A brush may be used for small or awkward areas. Thinning not recommended.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Jennifer Baird on 20/05/2018|
Hello, My decking in my garden is giving my son splinters every time he in out on it barefoot. I really like the colour of the natural wood so I am not particularly keen on painting it a colour. Is there anything you can suggest? Thanks, Jennifer
Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating would be our recommendation as it is a clear, protective surface coating that will seal the wood. The surfaces would need to be sanded smooth if you have any areas where the wood is damaged and causing splinters. We have no testing or experience of this product being used specifically to stop splinters so cannot offer any guarantees on performance but it will allow you to keep the look of your decking and provide a sealed, anti-slip surface to the wood.
|Christopher on 24/10/2017|
Question: You say that anti-slip deck coating can be applied over decking stain but can it be applied equally well over decking oil provided there is some delay between applications? If so, how long to leave after applying the oil, please? Thanks.
No, it must not be applied over oils or waxes.
|Karen on 03/10/2016|
Question: Good Afternoon
I would like to know if you can use the clear Anti -Slip coating over decking that has already had a coat of cupranol decking stain
As long as the Cuprinol product does not contain any wax, then Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating should be fine to apply. If it does contain wax you may be able to leave it to weather for approximately 6 months to allow any waxes to wear away and then apply Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating - be sure to carry out a test area prior to full application if this is the case.
|GUNITA on 22/08/2016|
Question: Dear Sirs
is that possible to use this anti-slip coating for the floors inside the private house?
And other question - how often is necessary to renew the coating?
Thank you in advance,
We do not recommend the Blackfriar Anti-Slip Deck Coating is used on interior surfaces as it would provide a poor appearance and be difficult to clean. To provide a low slip finish internal we would normally recommend a matt or satin floor varnish would be a better option (such as Coo-Var Polyurethane Clear Floor Coating). The floor varnishes are quite hard wearing and should last a number of years before needing to be recoated in the high wear areas.
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