Thread: New Trailer
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Old 07-13-2012, 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Ridin' Green View Post
It's smart to try to protect the wood. I was just wondering if you used any type of non skid grit in the paint (or maybe non skid tape) to help prevent anyone from slipping on the painted ramps when they're wet. That would also be a good idea.
This was my first thought when he said he painted the ramp. I mixed a bit of play sand that I sifted with the wife's flour shaker/sifter thingy. Don't tell her. LOL I did wash it off good when I was done. But the front porch I initially painted without and the first time it rained I about hit the deck it was so slick. after the fine grit sand I mixed in and re painted it, it feels like your shoes are glued to the steps and porch floor.
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