Anti-slip paint for barn concrete floors anyone used it?

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    09-19-2012, 04:10 PM
Anti-slip paint for barn concrete floors anyone used it?

Not really sure if this should go in horse health but I am trying to save my horses health. I have a concrete floor that I have a rubber runner on that I walk my horses across to get them in and out from riding. I have noticed that after hosing my horse and thier feet are wet, wow that rubber matt gets slippery so that has to go. So I either have to get some stall mats or I was thinking of using an anti slip paint. Lately seems all stall mats I find really don't have as many grooves as they used to, many of them are smooth. I want something with more grit as the horses have to make a sharp turn. Has anyone used any anti slip paint? If yes, please let me know what brand and if you like it or not.
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    09-19-2012, 04:18 PM
Buy your concrete paint, add sand to it, apply nice and gritty.

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