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Professional Restoration of Wooden Thistle Class Sailboat with LOW V epoxy - link
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Makes an outstanding Penetrating Epoxy - see our penetrating page
Pumps for 1.5 gal Basic No Blush and Low V epoxy only
approx. 1 oz per stroke - good for small projects after calibration - (most folks use paper cups instead)
PRODUCT PRO AND CON REVIEW
|PRO||Thin and watery, bonds to damp surfaces, lots of uses! Like wet core repair|
|CON||Shows epoxy UV yellowing faster than other epoxies.|
Why Low V epoxy is the BEST in its class:
1. Very low viscosity for a solvent free, odorless epoxy
2) can be applied to wet or damp surfaces - key for many repair jobs
3) thin with solvent or thicken with fillers
4) contains no nonyl phenol
5) strong user support / feedback
6) 24/7 support
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action shot with IJN Kongo, IJN Nagato and DKM Bismark battling
three of over 50 model war ships sealed with Low V epoxy
COPPER-AND-EPOXY (low v epoxy) BOTTOM COATING SYSTEM
Can actually apply underwater in small touch up spots
(March 09): Remember me? I promised you a report on the results of using Low-V as an undercoat/sealer in a difficult exterior application (western red cedar porch steps). See email appended below. Here's an excerpt:
So I bought a gallon of Low-V, and I have started using it to treat my front steps. I have been thinning the Low-V with about 25% Xylene to increase penetration. I have to use 2 coats of latex to eliminate the brush marks and bare areas (as you advised earlier), and after 2 coats the coverage looks excellent and it appears to have bonded well. I'll let you know the results in about a year if you are interested in how well it stands up to the weather......
I thought you might like to hear a status update. Well it's been over 8 months, which included summer, fall, and winter weather, and the Low-V treated steps look great. There is NO blistering or peeling. The latex topcoat paint is adhering quite well. It hasn't endured rainy/warm/humid spring weather yet, but from what I'm seeing so far I am very optimistic. -- Russ
My strategy involved small hole-saw holes in a 1-foot polka-dot pattern, large enough to fit a crow-bar to lift up the top laminate a little, and then an array of smaller holes to make sure I had complete coverage. I'd lift a little laminate with the crow bar, pour in the low-v, and after a few minutes it would start pouring out of all the lower holes. I set weights down on the deck to squish it all together tightly after I was content that the entire area had been flooded. It was amazing the little holes that the Low-V would find and start dripping out of from below. I had to be very careful staging my drip-collection in the cabin as a result.
The Low V epoxy is thin enough to flow everywhere, but thick enough to hold a nice film in place to bridge any high spots my weights hadn't eliminated. And no thinners to trap inside the deck.
You've got to start marketing this stuff directly for "flooding" delaminated decks! My decks went from spongy soft to rock solid."
Satisfied Customer 4/16
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