Sealing Foam

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  1. afterdark

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    Can anyone recommend a Dry-Lok type product for sealing polyurethane foam backgrounds? I'm looking to try my hand at some sculpting, but can't seem to find the specific sealant I've seen used elsewhere.

    Anyone here have any products they like? Thanks in advance!
     
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    Home hardware carries the drylok. Other than that, a varathane should do and is totally inert once cured.
     
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    Thanks! You don't happen to have a photo or name of the specific drylok product you've used, do you? I was in Home Hardware on the weekend looking for this and didn't see it, so I'd like to ask them if they can get it in.
     
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    I actually never used drylok but did look into buying some for the same reason why you're needing it. But I ended up using varathane instead. [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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