I have a few steps outside my house that are pretty old victorian
brick and after a hundred years or so have become very smooth and
shiny. It's great to watch the Postman and milkman and any other
unsuspecting visitor during the winter but fear I'll probably be open
to a law suite sooner or later.
I'm looking for something I can paint on them to provide a rough
surface without detracting from their appearance. I have found
something called epoxy slip grip supplied by
www.industrial-flooring.co.uk but although you can obtain the 'clear'
version of that product which is basically an Epoxy glue that you
apply to the surface followed by some loose aggregate..the actual
aggregate is black and that may not look so good for my purposes.
anyone know of any other products or maybe something I can buy as a
subsititute to the black aggregate that I could apply over the clear
epoxy...wonder if sand might even do the job.