Slippery Carport

I need a solution for a slippery carport. Being in central Louisiana we have lots of humidity and it leaves my carport slab extremely slippery. Any solutions? Can we put down sand and a thin coat of paint or some type of sealer to secure it?

Does anyone have a recommendation?


Nelwyn from Bunkie, LA

June 27, 20060 found this helpful

How about using sawdust?

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June 27, 20060 found this helpful

yes you can put sand in the paint. i have concrete on my porch and thats what i did.

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February 15, 20080 found this helpful

Try using SKID SAFE Water Based Sealer/Finish with ND Aggregate TM which I have successfully used on my hardwood floors, concrete driveway, and painted garage floors, and in my ceramic tile bathroom.

These materials were very slippery wet before I used these amazing products, and now they are not slippery either WET nor DRY !

I have used them for over 8 years ! See, the manufacturer/creator since 1986.

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