Painting over acrylic urethane

Discussion in 'Materials' started by Tungsten, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. Tungsten
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    Tungsten Senior Member

    I found some teraGRIP it is a water based, single component, acrylic urethane copolymere with an aggregate of recycled rubber crumb for a good price.The color is not very nice and i only plan to use on the inside seams of the floor for its high hide and grip.Its a small boat,i then plan on painting the whole inside one color over the teragrip.

    Does it matter what kind water/oil of paint i apply over it?Looking more for durability.
     
  2. CDK
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    CDK retired engineer

    It will not dissolve, so you can use any paint you want. But the "teragrip" is flexible, if the topcoat isn't, it is bound to crack.
     
  3. Tungsten
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    Tungsten Senior Member

    Ah yes makes sence Thank You,
    So would a water based deck and porch paint be upto the task?
     
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