Protect Your Deck

With a Durabak Non-Skid coating

Published in the September 2008 Issue Published online: Sep 20, 2008
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Looking for a slip resistant and protective coating for the floor of your pontoon or deck boat? If so, the Durabak Company has a new product that you're going to want to check out. The specially formulated one part polyurethane coating bonds to metals, wood, fiberglass, concrete, etc. with appropriate surface preparation.

Just open the can, stir and roll on with the special foam stipple rollers. Durabak contains specially treated rubber granules, which offer an excellent non-skid protection.

The tough polyurethane, which is also used as a truck bed liner, will protect your surface against wear and tear, harsh treatment as well as rust.

The material remains flexible and the rubber granules have a little "give" so the product offers a comfort level that is not available in most other non-skid coatings. Durabak dries quickly, is extremely user-friendly and it won't crack, chip or peel. It has excellent saltwater, fuel and chemical resistance. Optional UV protection can be "built in" to the coating and Durabak is available in 16 colors.

For additional information, color chart, free sample chip or price list, visit www.durabakcompany.com or call 303-690-7190.

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