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Flexigrip
Reprotec Flexigrip
Reprotec Flexigrip

Flexigrip Anti Slip Floor Paint

Reprotec

"Makes an ideal safety floor, light anti slip  finish, with a more flexible feel for greater comfort"

Regular price Excl. VAT: £105.00 Incl. VAT: £126.00


Description

Anti Slip Floor Paint

Flexigrip is tough, two pack epoxy resin paint that can provide a safety finish to floors, steps, decking, walkways and paths. It can be used on both interior and exterior surfaces, and is particularly suitable for floors with flexibility such as mezzanine platforms, yachts and boats.

Abrasion and Chemical Resistant

As well as providing excellent anti slip properties to painted surfaces, Flexigrip also boasts superb abrasive and chemical resistance. These properties make it an excellent choice in locations where hygiene is of paramount importance such as laboratories, clean rooms and for the food and pharmaceutical industries. It has also been successfully used in dog kennels and grooming rooms. But don’t think Flexigrip is restricted to these specialist uses, it’s tough, durable finish makes is suitable for factory floors and areas of frequent use such as changing rooms, canteens and corridors.

Ideal for a Variety of Surfaces

Flexigrip can be used almost anywhere people will be walking and working. It’s great for concrete or tiled floors but can also be used on metal or wooden decking.

Quick Drying Paint Available in a Range of Colours

With over 10 different colours available you can ensure your surface is safe and aesthetically pleasing. Supplied as a 5kg pack of paint with 250g of texturing agent to provide the grip, Flexigrip is easy to mix and simple to apply with a roller or brush. It is tack free in as little as 3 hours and hard dry in just 6.

Find Out More

If you want to know more about how our range of anti slip grip paints can help you achieve the perfect finish, contact our advice line and talk to a specialist.