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Old 08-01-2006, 09:10 PM   #1
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Looking into doing a pair of raquetball courts and considering this stuff. Has anyone used the BM SuperSpec Acrylic Epoxy? The two part stuff. BM site said this stuff was 'Low Odor' which is a requirement. Do they actually mean low odor, or the 'low odor' as in 'smells better than the polyamide'.

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Old 08-02-2006, 12:49 AM   #2
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Courts as in floors or as in walls?

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Walls and ceiling. Floor is hardwood.
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Never used that particular brand of epoxy but, normally low odor is the smells better. Hard to get any epoxy to smell good though, i'm not much of a SW man but thier water based two part is pretty good.
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I have used the Acrylic M43/M44 Opoxy coating... Great stuff...

It does have a managable odor... NOTHING like the Oil...

Anything you use will have an odor...
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