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Old 12-12-2017, 02:29 PM   #1
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Recently bought a polyurea Fusion Reactor. I use it on soft foam (soft furniture-playground foam toys) but i also coat plywood tables with it for exterior use.
I need to be able to paint on it. I am looking for high resistance non toxic paint for elastic polyurea surfaces .Would anyone know any information or have brands to suggest.
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Recently bought a polyurea Fusion Reactor. I use it on soft foam (soft furniture-playground foam toys) but i also coat plywood tables with it for exterior use.
I need to be able to paint on it. I am looking for high resistance non toxic paint for elastic polyurea surfaces .Would anyone know any information or have brands to suggest.
Thank you
Since what you are doing is so specialized, you may want to experiment with some samples. I would try using PPG Pitt Tech plus on one of your samples. It is a water based DTM.
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Thank you! I will first try and find if an equivalent is on the market in Greece.
That would not work on flexible surfaces i guess.?
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Thank you! I will first try and find if an equivalent is on the market in Greece.
That would not work on flexible surfaces i guess.?
If your criteria is:

1. Adherence
2. Non toxic
3. Flexibility

PPG Pitt Tech Plus may only fulfill number #1, even though it is a waterborne material. You may want to look at some Benjamine Moore products also. Are the items coated, destined for an exterior or interior service?
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Thanks again! Yes the items are either foam coated in polyurea destined for childrens playgrounds both indoor and outdoor or plywood coated in the same material again outdoor indoor use.
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