working with drylok

Smoke-Town

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NY
Hey guys I've been constructing my back walls and pond with foam and tested drylok on a few small foam water dishes I made for the juvies. What I find is that the texture is really course and feels porceline like and rough and I don't particularly care for it.

So I'm asking if there is like a clear coat spray or something maybe I can spray over the finished drylok so it's stronger and more smooth to the touch?
 

Kjenkins

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Clarksville, TN
They make a non toxic water proof clear coat for aquatics that should work for you. I'm not shur were to send you to get it tho. I know you can order it on line but if you find it in a store it would be with the non toxic water proof paint. Maybe try like a hobby lobby or Michells. Hope that helps.
 
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