(12-03-2012, 02:06 PM)eaadams Wrote:(12-02-2012, 03:00 PM)Rubensgt40 Wrote: I thought the solvent-based polys were mostly outlawed in the USA?
You can still get them. You just have to buy more smaller containers.
Surely in California you can't! You'd need to fill out a dozen applications, sit three exams, pay for carbon offsets and promise to breed baby seals for ten years before you can apply it, wearing the party-approved hi-viz vest of course. Well, that's what I heard... we have states like that here too...
We sell high-density cork tiles and not many folks apply water-based. Our WB is better than traffic and needs a few coats to seal!
Hey JD, you'll like this- and in keeping with my tradition of getting threads way off topic:
Anyone remember the HBO series "The Pacific"? Not only was it filmed on a mate's property down the road from me (got a tour of the set ) my employer also sold them the low-density cork which the special effects people use. Apparently they make explosions look a little bit more awesome...
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