Symphony Narrowboat Paint Anti-Slip Topcoat
traditional, Anti-Slip topcoat perfect for your Narrowboat walkways and deck.
Symphony Narrowboat Anti-Slip Topcoat produces a highly textured finish. Ideal for use where grip is paramount. Available in all Symphony Narrowboat traditional colours. Achieve the perfect, durable finish for your boat coating project.
- Textured finish - giving strong anti-slip properties
- Ideal for boat decks & walkways
- Water resistant
|Coverage||10m² per litre approximately|
|Touch Dry||4 Hours|
|Firm Dry (Overcoating)||16 Hours|
|Hard Dry||48 Hours|
|Thinners||Symphony Narrowboat Paint 2611 Medium Thinner|
|Equipment Cleaning||White Spirit or Osmo Brush Cleaner and Thinner 8000|
Recommended Paint System
We recommend two coats of Symphony Narrowboat Paint Brush Primer and three coats of Symphony Narrowboat Paint Undercoat prior to using this product. Please consult the post on Boat Painting Recommedations for using these products correctly.
Before application of Symphony Narrowboat Topcoat we recommend the surfaces which have been suitably sanded to the correct dry film weight. For machine sanding, we recommend you use SIA 1948 fibotec discs 180 - 320 Grit. For manual sanding, use 6120 sia fleece handpads 180 - 320 Grit.
The surface must be cleaned using a Tack Cloth to remove all traces of contaminants.
Ensure surfaces are dry and smooth to the touch before painting.For perfect anti-slip areas we recommend masking the area with Rodo Precision Edge Masking Tape.
We recommend two to three coats of Symphony Narrowboat Paint Topcoat Anti-Slip. Due to the anti-slip additive we only recommend to apply using a roller. This will ensure a nice, even distribution of the paint surface. Suitable rollers are Rodo HD Foam Mini Roller Refills 10 Pack, Rodo Mini Roller Frame and Rodo Plastic Mini Roller Tray.
A light flatting can be done after the second coat using a 6120 sia fleece handpads 320 Grit.
Please consult the post on Boat Painting Recommedations for using these products correctly and achieving the correct dry film weights.