Ok so yes they make lots of formulas. The 99m is for marine
That is crazy how it protected the historic vessels. I spoke with the FL rep to day. He told me all about it. It is $112 a gallon and one gallon will cover a 110sqft 10mill thick. It is 85% ceramic rolls, brushes
or sprays on with no issues. It will flex without cracking and the moister penetration rating at 10mill is virtually none. You can pick colors and 10mill will improve hull
strength greatly. It is covering most of the oil
rigs in the gulf. I asked what is the down side he said (as some posted above) don't put it any where you don't want it on forever!!! He said a 7inch grinder with 60 grit paper will only last for about 1sqft. Before the sand paper is dead. So looks like I will be ordering some in the next couple weeks. I am still open to people's stories of usage tho.
One thing that I don't understand is why would anyone use other barrier coat that are more work and more money
. This stuff has been in industry use for 15+years??
Thanks for the input so far.
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