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We''ve been really pleased with the Interthane Plus on our deck, now starting its fourth season. As mentioned above, prep is paramount!!!! Interlux was also very good at handholding over the phone (800 #) and has extensive info on their website. I used a small (6") foam roller (Home Depot contractor packs) and it went on so smoothly I didn''t have to tip it.
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Thomas

The Interlux non-skid additive looks great and was easy to apply. The painters in the shop where I had the paint applied say it is one of the nicest anti-skid finishes they have seen. It did take two applications however as it goes on thinly.

Note that I was not extremely pleased with the deck before the anti-skid. Once that was applied (in well defined taped off areas) the deck looked absolutely fabulous!

Mike
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