SureCrete’s interior and exterior floor sealer non-slip grip additive, SureGrip is a product that can be added to a sealer or coating as well as broadcasted over the applied surface.


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Safety Data Sheet [additive] | download

Safety Data Sheet [broadcast] | download

SureGrip™ is premium grade non-slip sand-like product available in an aluminum oxide broadcast and polypropelyne silicate additive for aggressive slip resistant texturing: Sure Grip Broadcast, Sure Grip Additive, and Sure Grip HD Additive. It’s performance exceeds the more common quartz slip resistant products for durability.

Sure Grip is compatible with all resin based sealers. SureGrip creates a uniform slip resistant surface on any sealed surface. Due to its aggressive texture, it performs best in settings where slipping is of primary concern.

Sure-Grip Additive is available in two different particle sizes, medium and fine. Heavy-Duty = 840 microns or 20 mesh. Regular = 300 microns or 50 mesh.


SureGrip Application

Sure Grip’s two primary forms (Additive and Broadcast) are applied in two distinct fashions based on your preference or desired texture

SureGrip Broadcast | Customarily broadcast between coats of sealer on a deck surface. It’s particulate density, which creates a superior slip resistant surface, does not allow for suspension in sealers.

SureGrip Additive & HD Additive: Ordinarily is mixed into the sealer and applied normally with no additional steps required. Some contractors elect to broadcast it between coats of sealer on a deck surface. Re-mix sealer every 10 to 15 minutes to keep additive suspended in sealer.

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