Deck Coatings

#2001 Series Deck-Safe Waterborne Acrylic Deck Coating

(#2001 Light Gray/#2002 Dark Gray/#2003 Black/# 2004 Brown/# 2005 Tile Red)

(#2006 White/#2007 Green/#2008 Blue/#2009 Yellow/#2010 Orange/#2011 Red)


COLOR(S): Unlimited Range of Colors.

PRODUCT TYPE: Pigmented waterborne acrylic latex polymer.

DESCRIPTION: A non-slip, non-skid acrylic aggregate coating suitable for steel, aluminum, masonry or wood surfaces. It contains a special aggregate combination which withstands rough weather conditions and daily wear and tear.

Intended Use: For use on wood, steel, aluminum or concrete masonry surfaces: Decks, porches, walkways, ramps, steps, boat decks, bridgeways and numerous other industrial applications.


VISCOSITY: 125 k.u.

DRY TO TOUCH: 1 hour


TACK FREE: 2 hours


TIME TO RECOAT: 24 hours

WEIGHT PER GALLON: 13 lbs. per gal.

DRY HARD: 24 hours

V.O.C.: 37 grams per liter

COLOR RANGE: unlimited range of colors


PACKAGING: 1 or 5 gallon containers

BATCH: Stock

PRACTICAL COVERAGE: 100 square feet per gallon.

SURFACE PREPARATION: Clean all surfaces of oil, dirt, grease, corrosion and any existing paint that lacks good adhesion. Temperature must be a minimum of 50 F. to apply Deck-Safe. Steel & Aluminum: Any bare metal should be primed with Farwest AquaShield Red Oxide Primer or Farwest Rynolite Primer according to label directions. Any new aluminum surface should be first etched with Farwest #695 Rynolite Chemical Cleaner-Etcher. Cement & Masonry Surfaces: New concrete surfaces should age for at least 30 days prior to application of Deck Safe. Wood: For previously painted wood, remove any loose or peeling paint. For glossy surfaces, prepare the surface by applying Farwest #644 Gloss Set (Liquid Sandpaper) to dull finish prior to application of Deck-Safe. For New Wood: Ensure that the wood is clean and free of all foreign matter, then simply apply Deck-Safe to the substrate.

APPLICATION: Stir Deck-Safe thoroughly before applying. Apply by brush or roller at a spreading rate of 100 square feet per gallon. Allow the surface at least 24 hours before walking on or for recoating.

THINNING: Thinning is not recommended. If absolutely necessary use regular tap water.

CLEAN-UP: Equipment and tools may be cleaned with regular tap water. If clean-up is delayed, clean with Farwest #610 Lacquer Thinner.

LIMITED WARRANTY. To the best of our knowledge, the technical data presented above is true and accurate at the date of issuance and subject to change without prior notice. Farwest Paint Manufacturing Co. guarantees its products to conform to its standards of quality control. Liability is limited to replacement of product. No other warranty or guarantee of any kind is made by Farwest Paint Manufacturing, implied or otherwise.