mixxing paint mixxer in a drill, I wonder is a wallpaper glue table would work for putting it on?
did it smell like thinner long after it dried?
I pitched the tarp and used 2" foam brushes and applied it evenly. Used one brush per side, as the silicone sets up pretty quickly...
No smell after a day, none at all...
bump. great ideas here. anyone just sprayed on a few cans of scotchguard?
how many coats/ cans did you use? what about as a topcoat to the silicon treatment? it seems that with correct pitch and tighness the theory is sound. as it would take a heck of a rain to be pressurized also did you treat both sides with the scotchguard? just curious dont want to get wet either bankin on others experience is the best.
got it.... still. no fabric is "waterproof" that i know of. not sil-nylon or cuben. for that matter it has to be that the weave of the fabric is tighter or it is treated in more coats / with better silicon.. guys that have used 100% silicon are getting good results right? so it must just be that scotchy is inferior. bummer cuz the price cant be beat. unless you go for that tyvek ugly tarp... not lookin so ugly these days lol