Found it in Tampa for 45 a bucket. I want to try it out on some foam carving. Is it kind of like rubber roof paint or more like a stucco cement? Just wondering how strong it will be.
I guess I need to hang up my roller and say good by to drylock
Its the love child of rubber roof paint and stucco cement. It is a slightly elastic coating, so the surface can still be pushed in with enough force. Mostly due to the foam coalpseing under it as opposed to a weakness of the coating.
Damon we used to use Senergy quite a bit at the scenic shop I worked at in Jacksonville...It really is a great product. It isnt limited to applying over foam either, it can go on wood as well. I also think you can get it with different size grits but I might be wrong on that.
I've also heard that the fire marshal's love this stuff due to it's fire retardant qualities. Can anyone confirm or comment on that? Thanks!
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