I did see a thread on this, but it sounded like they were talking about poly as well.
Is this stuff good for a final clear coat for epoxy/EPS?
Thanks in advance, sways rocks my socks.
It works fine, but a catalyzed clear spray does work better. You have to spray very evenly, go with spraying in two directions to make sure you have a very even coat. let it dry, wet sand, buff, boom!
Hang on a cotton picking minute, this shit eats EPS like a piranha that's just come off a meat detox!
Will it be safe with minor burn thru's? Or will it leach into the foam?
If you are worried, use the floor sealer alternatives. Read the threads on the various brands. I use Behr satin.
Wipe it on with a cloth, do 3 coats then a light scuff for a dull finish.
I was using the rattle can clears, but I never liked the way they spray.
You shouldn't have any exposed foam on your seal coat, but if you do, go with NDS suggestion of floor sealer. A burn though is typically for exposed glass fiber, which you can happily spray over. Spraying requires warm temperature, minimal air flow and a clean environment.
Ah no worries then. Yeah my fill coat I'm pretty happy with. Just the odd burn thru of glass fibre so it should be sweet. Dang, how much does one learn one build at a time?! So much!
What sort of grit do you guys sand TO before spraying? 320?
I stopped using rattle cans the instant I found out about Behr satin sealer.
Probs too late for this one I'm building, but I take it the product is US made? Is it a wood floor sealer?
One will be shiny, one will be dull.
One will be durable, one will need to be reapplied every so often.
Look up UPOL#1, or Max2K glamor clear coat. Both are outstanding for clarity and durability. it's the only product my mom lets me use in the kitchen.
The Behr sealer is an OUTDOOR concrete sealer so it has very good UV characteristics and doesn't yellow. I'm sure wherever you are you can find something similar at a large home center.
Do you dudes wet sand after the clear coat?