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Donna C
(leadfoot) - M

Locale: Middle Virginia
Non-skid pad on 01/14/2010 11:56:17 MST Print View, I was thinking of lightly spraying this non-skid product for rugs,etc. on my CCF pad. Would it eat the pad? Has anyone every tried it?

Ben 2 World
(ben2world) - MLife

Locale: So Cal
Re: Non-skid pad on 01/14/2010 12:04:53 MST Print View

Considering how many of us paint lines of seam sealant onto our tent floors, sleeping pads, etc. -- I don't think the product will hurt your pad at all. But as they always say -- try it on an inconspicuous corner first. Or better yet, if your pad came with a repair patch (which should be the same nylon material) -- spray it and let it sit for a while and see.

Edited by ben2world on 01/14/2010 12:06:52 MST.

Brad Groves
(4quietwoods) - MLife

Locale: Michigan
Re: Non-skid pad on 01/14/2010 12:28:54 MST Print View

Back in the day we used to sell a product called Slip-fix, came in a pink-ish spray can (IIRC)... specifically for spraying on the old thermarests. I haven't seen the stuff for years, but in short, yeah, I think the stuff you linked would work fine.

Donna C
(leadfoot) - M

Locale: Middle Virginia
Re: Re: Non-skid pad on 01/14/2010 13:52:11 MST Print View

I'll give it a go. Then see how much weight it adds.