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Rubberized Paint

Posted by chefwong (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 3, 10 at 22:57

Can anyone recommend a good/great rubberized paint.

I need to make a small skid as well as makeshift ramps to move the small engine equipment off the truck during seasonal changes..

I'm just going with 2x8 KD wood. No PT due to weight.
Besides, I want/plan to paint it with some rubberized coating so it's less slippery if it's raining or the wheels are wet.

Suggestions, thoughts.
Otherwise, I may just get cheap and buy concrete paint and throw some sandust in there...

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RE: Rubberized Paint

There used to be a product for sale called Ramp Parts, metal edges that you attached to the ends of 2x8s, and they came with rubber mats that you nailed onto the board. I have a set. You might want to try cutting up rubber floor mats and attaching to the boards.

RE: Rubberized Paint

I think G-Wings is on the right track here...

Materials that are added will be tougher than a paint here, and safer.


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