Grizzly Grip is an excellent choice for refinishing your patio, dog run, garage floor, cement, wood stairs, or wood patios (decks). Grizzly Grip will give you a very decorative look, plus a non-skid surface to areas to prevent slipping and falling. You can use your imagination to coat your project with two or three different colors onto your surface. Besides a decorative look, the coating is very flexible polyurethane with rubber blended into it, you will receive years of durability from it. Below is a step by step on refinishing a dog run in Safari Tan. With the coating being so durable and flexible, dogs’ nails cannot tear into the coating, yet it has softness to it for a gentler surface for your dog rather than rough cement.
|Preparation is the key to durability. Power wash cement before applying Grizzly Grip or primer. This is a 200 sq ft dog run that has major lifting by the brick wall.
|This area is 3” wide and 2” deep, that broke away from original concrete.
|Grizzly Grip can be used as a filter for minor cracks. For larger cracks, you can use latex caulk before applying the Grizzly Grip.
|The area that was filled prior to re-coating the dog run was 16’X 3”.
|We masked off the perimeter of the dog run, and brushed on the Grizzly Grip where a roller could not reach.
|We are applying our first coat of Grizzly Grip with special textured rollers. NOTE- No Primer was used, however we suggest that a primer should be used to fill in the tiny pits within the cement. Also less of the Grizzly Grip will be used with a primer applied on.
|Completed first coat of Grizzly Grip. NOTE- The repair that was done by the wall can help prevent minor leaks into the basement.
|This is a glimpse of the finished dog run with two medium coats over the cement.
|Here is a closer look at the finished result. Grizzly Grip gives the dog run a decorative, non-skid, durable finish that will last for years. NOTE- Two colors can be selected to bring in a more decorative appeal.