Concrete paint with texture can be used to decorate ugly walls, make surfaces non-slip, assist in disguising flaws in a wall, and help cover up for uneven subfloors in rooms. Concrete paint with texture can be used on the interior or exterior of a house or building. It can be also be used on floors or walls, depending on the needs of the consumer.
There are many different types of textures available in concrete paint with texture. Some have a grittier texture, and the texture is more pronounced. Others have a finer texture where it can only be seen from close up or felt to the touch. The most popular varieties, however, are sand-textured and non-slip. The non-slip texture adds an extra measure of safety to a room. Mostly, this type of concrete paint with texture is used on floors, instead of walls. It can be used in kitchens, bathrooms, or dining rooms (especially of restaurants). It will help family members and workers not to fall on the concrete floor. The non-slip texture can also handle spills and leaks from accidents in kitchens and bathrooms. This type of concrete paint with texture is popular with restaurant and store owners who want to keep workers and consumers safe.
The other most popular type of concrete paint with texture is sand-textured. It can be used on walls or floors. This is often used to create a fake (or faux) stucco-look on walls or floors. When used, it can blend in with Southwestern or Mexican style d