Multi-Purpose Epoxy Primer
Multi-Purpose Epoxy Primer
Epoxy Primer for Concrete, Wood, Metal & Foundations
Multi-Purpose Primer works to increase bonding and provide a vapor barrier to help prevent blistering with other Liquid Rubber products. It increases adhesion on a variety of substrates and for a range of popular projects.
Use Liquid Rubbers epoxy primer for foundations (interior), smooth non-porous substrates (like metal) and substrates that are subject to moisture vapor drive (like decks and patios).
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Multi-Purpose Primer works to increase bonding and provide a vapor barrier to help prevent blistering with other Liquid Rubber products. It increases adhesion on a variety of substrates and for a range of popular projects. Here are some of the most common Multi-Purpose Primer uses.
- Planter Boxes
- And More
Apply a minimum final thickness of 1 gallon per 175 - 200 sq ft (18.58 SQ/M)
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Avoid hot, direct, intense sun when applying. Mornings and evenings are best if it's blistering hot. Apply above 5C/40F when there is no dew or rain in the forecast.
Apply with a roller, brush, or spraying equivalent. You will need 1-2 coats depending on surface.
Apply top coat within 24 hours and when product is tack free.
Product went on easily with little odor.
Used the primer, geo textile and deck sealant to water proof the walls and floors for my ducks new house!! It works amazing and so easy to apply. This is my first time doing a project like this. Thank you LR!
Just used it so can't report about how well it lasts
We needed the primer to adhere to a deck with some bare wood, stainless steel flashing, and some previously painted surfaces. The primer went on smoothly and adhered very well to all substrates. It dries fairly quickly so we were able to get maximum use of the day in putting on the top coats.
Excellent product, I’m very happy with the results. When I started I was looking in the instructions for stirring requirements, I couldn’t find any so I gave my 4 gallon bucket a stir with a wooden stick. When I got to the bottom 1/3 of the pail the product was going on a little sticky making it a bit tougher than I would like. I sanded it after and all was fine but I am curious about how much stirring is recommended?
Hey Mr. Coulthard,
In most cases the product will only need to be stirred once a day before use. If it is extremely hot out it may need to be stirred again after a while. Also extreme heat will accelerate the drying of the product left in the pail. Storing the pail covered in a cooler area while you are spreading product from the paint tray will help to keep the pail fresh.
Tips And Tricks
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