what can you put apply to your deck so it isn't so slick?

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  • KMS Woodworks KMS Woodworks on Mar 02, 2012
    What type of deck are we trying to make less slick?...PT wood, cedar, redwood, hardwood, trex, eon, timbertech, veranda, Fiberon?

  • Donna P Donna P on Mar 02, 2012
    don't really know, just bought deck wood

  • Paul M Paul M on Mar 02, 2012
    Anti skid coating is the thing. You can also find this in anti skid tape. When you put it on a wood surface you most likely won't get more than two years or so out of it because of the expansion and contraction of the wood it won't stay on there. Other than that I have no idea.

  • KMS Woodworks KMS Woodworks on Mar 03, 2012
    I have know of some folks that will apply a "sand" like product to a freshly varnished or painted surface to provide a bit of traction. Personally I have never encountered any deck that was "too" slick. Tile around a pool is a different story....the smoothness of glazed tile + water.