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Blackfriar BKFASDC25L 2.5 Litre Anti-Slip Deck Coating
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- Provides excellent coverage and the micro-aggregate yields slip resistance
- Application method brush and roller
- Suitable for exterior timber decking and walkways
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Blackfriars 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 provides excellent coverage and the micro-aggregate yields slip resistance.
Coverage: 9m and /L/Coat, touch dry: 4-6 hours, hard dry: 3 days, recoat able: 12 hours.
The Blackfriars brand has been making its mark on the paints and varnishes industry for over one hundred years. The Blackfriars business has its origins in the Ostrich Paint and Varnish works, established in Bristol in 1894, where founder Ernest Parsons spent eight successful years before forming his own business.
Family-owned for over 100 years, Blackfriars was built on a tradition of supplying high quality paints and wood care products to independent merchants, craftsmen and DIY enthusiasts. In 2004 Blackfriars became part of the Tor Coatings Group, cementing its position at the premium end of the paint and varnishes industry. Today the company manufactures and markets the Blackfriars range from its facility in County Durham, England.
1 x Anti-Slip Deck Coating 2.5 Litre
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1. Jet washed deck, but not too close or fierce as that can splinter the wood and breakup the surface, so just enough to wash off the grime.
2. Scrubbed the deck with Sodium Percarbonate solution. As I understand it, this is an oxygen bleach which breaks down naturally. Left that for 30 minutes followed by another jet wash. This really cleaned off the black marks and I'm glad I did this. I have other areas of deck which I skipped this before, but this got the deck much cleaner.
3. Left deck to dry for a week, probably more than necessary, but I did this over two weekends.
4. Applied first coat, it suggests a roller, but I used an old fence brush stuck on the end of a brush handle, but brushed very lightly and in small sections to avoid brushing of the fine granules. This used one tin, I'd forgotten quite how much decking I have, approx 20sq metres or maybe slightly more.
5. Left it to dry, seemed reasonable but when wet, some areas still a little slippy, far better than before, but was not quite happy.
6. Applied second coat. This was easier to apply and made a lot of difference. Deck really feels far less slippery now and when wet, I can feel the resistance.
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One of the reasons that it had gone rotten (I think) was the fact that I had fixed some non-slip rubber on the step-on/step-off edge. This probably trapped too much moisture underneath. But, at my age, I know the dangers of wet/slippy wood and wanted to avoid any accidents. I can be careful, but I’m not so sure of kids playing in my garden.
I looked at non-slip decking but it’s pretty expensive and only seems to have a couple of non-slip strips on each one. So, I settled on a non-slip coating on normal decking instead. I actually chose one from another seller (same product) because it had a free brush with it and I thought that I would have to throw away any brush I used afterwards. Even a Yorkshireman can afford to throw a free one away!
The liquid is very thick and the grit (or whatever it is) seemed to be well in suspension even without stirring. I wondered about the coverage because others have said that one 2.5 litre tin might not be enough. The tin says it covers 9sq metres and would benefit from two coats. My decking is around 6sq metres but, after the first coat, I had used less than one quarter of the tin.
It’s really easy to apply because you don’t have to worry too much about filling in all the lower grooves – it’s the upper grooves that you step on. It’s also clear, so you can keep your decking at whatever colour you choose. It took me around 15 minutes to cover my decking with one coat. I will give it a second coat because I’ve got plenty left.
Here are a few more tips – especially for aspiring Yorkshirepersons (at no extra charge):
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dilute with 10% white spirit to make it apply a little easier and keep stiring during aplication or all the sand drops out.
I found this paint is really useful paint on my wooden decking. It was getting slippery and the paint has stopped this
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I applied it with a fence brush. One coating and super slippery decking was transformed. Very grippy, perfect.
Take care, impossible to wash of fabric or skin!
Made the most of the good weather yesterday and finally got round to applying this product. I have to say this is an excellent product that works really well without spoiling the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by TheMigsta
Does what it says. I painted 2 pathways on the decking, which has been notorious for slipping. So far it's great. Will keep checking over the winter.Published 8 months ago by John Gray
First coat went on really well but as another reviewer experienced, after a couple of days and a bit of rain my decking is now a streaky white. It looks awful. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Miss C Bailey