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Old 05-12-2009, 06:16 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever used this product? I am working with a local township to re-stain/seal all of their exterior buildings. They were all done by a hack and a pump sprayer last year. They must be stripped before refinishing. My question is if anyone knows of this product and its usability and durability VS more standard products.

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Do you have any more information about it?

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Some kind of epoxy filler i bet
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It is an acrylic based stain/sealer. It has been on for about a year and still feels almost waxy? They were hoping to use the remaining product on hand, I have never seen it, or used it and was hoping someone may be able to offer some insight. I have explained that I would prefer to use materials I am familiar with, but they have @ 30 gallons on hand.
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It most likely has the dreaded silicone in it, like TWS, not good.

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