TA Paints anti-slip floor paint comes as a ready-to-use, single-pack polyurethane paint or two-pack epoxy paint. The pre-mixed aggregate in this paint gives it a rough finishing texture, preventing accidental falls.
Non-slip floor paint is suitable for concrete, metal, wood, stone and brick floors where light foot traffic occurs. The two-pack epoxy anti-slip floor paint can also be used for heavy traffic areas as well as industrial applications where chemical resistance is required.
Offering a durable finish, you can use this paint for your garage, workshop, factory floors and more. Protect all your floors with anti-slip floor paint from TA Industrial Paints.
Non Slip Epoxy Floor Paints
Our non-slip epoxy floor paints come as a two-pack option that consists of epoxy resin and polyurethane paint. For best results, mix the two parts of your paint well before use and prime your surface appropriately.
Available in various colours, the two-pack epoxy floor paint provides a hard wearing coat to improve the safety in your factory, warehouse or workshop. Its durability makes it perfectly suitable for areas with heavy traffic, ensuring minimal wear.
Find the perfect paint for your project from our great selection of two non-slip epoxy floor paints.
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How Does Anti-Slip Floor Paint Work?
Anti-slip floor paint works by creating a heavily textured finish to your floors that provides extra grip. The pre-mixed aggregate leaves a durable finish, which means it can withstand the regular wear associated with busy warehouses or other environments with heavy footfall.
How long does anti slip paint last?
The lifespan of your non-slip floor paint depends on various factors including the foot and machine traffic in the area of application. Both polyurethane and epoxy-based coatings can last anywhere between six months to upwards of three years depending on the conditions. Another factor that affects how long your floor paint lasts is maintenance. Regular upkeep will allow your surface coating to remain intact for longer.