Forum Title: Waterproofing coatings
Hi all, I've got 70 decks on a retirement facility that need to be recoated. Presently the waterproof coating is in great shape on these decks aside from the flashing which is not terrible but shows signs of improper prep/adhesion failure in those areas. They are accepting that issue as an ongoing maintenence item. They don't want us to remove and recoat. My thoughts: Clean and Prime with gaco primer and 2 top coats. Problem is 72 hr dry/cure. Is there another product/system with a shorter in service time? Is there another single product system we can use not knowing what the existing coating is? I know it's a urethane but beyond that I dunno.... Ready, set, go! thanks in advance. Ps were doing the entire exterior and the decks just need to be the right color to match.i thought about Pitt tech or a porch n floor but don't want the failure that'll come with it.
Category: Painter Post By: MELVIN GUZMAN (Passaic, NJ), 07/29/2019

Amusing there a solid color. I would use TredPlex from Sherwin. Its in the commercial line. Just a waterborne. No bad smell easy to clean. I painted a proch with it and less than an hour i could walk on it. After 1 year still looks new. I live in Canada and it has survived winter and being covered in ice. http://protective.sherwin-williams.c...3Aproduct-6874

- KARL DOMINGUEZ (Bakersfield, CA), 08/20/2019

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