- 1 gallon of Pettit Easypoxy in semi-gloss white
- A few small high density foam rollers
- Pettit Skidless Compound
I ended up doing 2 coats of paint and sprinkling the skidless compound onto the first coat while it was wet. The second coat then sealed everything up and made it a little less rough feeling. We choose to use the skidless compound purely because it was the cheapest option. It didn't turn out too bad, but is rougher and less evenly distributed than I would have hoped. We would have loved to use Kiwigrip or something if we had the money...maybe next time it needs redone! All in all, it sure looks way better and isn't hot at all now!
Oh and I used a lot of paint thinner to remove all the paint from my feet because I kept stepping in it (after repeatedly warning Matt to be sure and not touch anything)!