All-Purpose Clear Epoxy Coating.
Heavy-duty protection on concrete, wood, and metal surfaces including floors and furniture. Recommended to prevent corrosion and wear. High gloss. Great versatility, superior adhesion, flexibility, hardness, and water, salt and chemical resistance. Inhibits rust. Often used in laboratories, commercial kitchens, and hospitals. Mix with sand and grit to build slip resistant surfaces. High solids. Hardens in about 3 hours.
|Application||Brush, Spraygun, Paint Roller|
|Coverage Per Gal||250 sq. ft. x 3 mil per gallon|
|Induction Period||40-60 minutes|
|Lbs. Per Gal||8.3|
|Pot Life||60-75 hours|
|Ratio||1/1 by volume|
|Tack-Free Time||3 hours at rm. temp.|
|Viscosity||120 cps appx.|
I am restoring wood columns and replacing bases with new pine bases. I want a product to seal and or petrify new wood befote oil priming and gluing together,
I was thinking liquid wood and exterior wood glue.
Q I am restoring wood columns and replacing bases with new pine bases. I want a product to seal and...... Read more answer nowAsked by October 30, 2021 8:05 pmonAnswered by the admin
LiquidWood should only be used on rotted, soft, spongy wood. It should not be used on good wood as protective coating. It's designed to soak into rotted wood. If you apply to good, solid wood, it will remain on the surface and remain tacky.