You made me snort out a good laugh.:laughing:So the next time I get drunk and slam my head down on the bar I'll have you to thank for the concussion.At least I'd have the opportunity to enjoy your work up close. The pictures (Leos) look good. The videos are a great idea. You've come far. Nice work.
The sealer gets rock hard. It cures out after 48 hours. It was not even 24 hours old when we cut, plus we heated it up with heat gun.2 things - is that sealer going to cure and be harder then what we saw where you guy cut out the air bubble with the razor knife?
Do you think your guy introduced all those air bubbles by using a brush?
Watching the way he was brushing out that 2nd coat was making me cringe...
ahh I got you, I thought the bubbles were in the sealer. :thumbsup: The concrete is off gasing into it.The sealer gets rock hard. It cures out after 48 hours. It was not even 24 hours old when we cut, plus we heated it up with heat gun.
The air bubbles are from the concrete. The concrete was troweled only. So being as pourous as concrete is it releases alot of air when something gets laid on top of it and starts to penetrate a bit.
The brush is how you put this particular product on. Then when youre done brushing it on, you come and hit with a torch and it glasses right over. You can see all the bubbles in the sealer disappear immediately.
We did that on the black ones after the problems with the first red top. I sprayed my 2 part epoxy hybrid sealer on them, then sanded lightly to get a good mechanical bond.What do you think about sealing the tops first to avoid the bubbles?
Thanks rselectric!Nice big tops! I may have missed it but which sealer are you using? 2 part epoxy... eap? or 2k? I'm getting ready to take the penetrating cheng sealer off some tops in my house and ones i've sold and put on a nice topical film sealer. I'm looking at glaze n seal because i can get it out here and its not $300 a gallon. Any favorites?