- 1 How do you remove old Thompson’s water Seal?
- 2 What can remove Thompson’s water Seal?
- 3 How do I remove Thompson?
- 4 Can Thompson water Seal be used on metal?
- 5 How long does Thompson water Seal last?
- 6 How long does Thompson water Seal still tacky?
- 7 Is Thompson Water Seal any good?
- 8 Can you apply Thompson’s Water Seal to wet wood?
- 9 Is Thompson’s Water Seal sprayable?
- 10 When can you walk on Thompson Water Seal?
- 11 Can I mix stain and Thompson’s Water sealer?
- 12 Is Thompson water Seal corrosive?
- 13 What colors does Thompson water Seal come in?
- 14 Can you use water seal on metal?
How do you remove old Thompson’s water Seal?
Thompson’s® WaterSeal® Heavy Duty Deck Cleaner has the power to restore the natural color to severely discolored wood without bleaching. Apply and in minutes you can scrub and rinse away old finishes. If you want to remove solid stains, you’ll need to use Thompson’s® WaterSeal® Maximum Strength Deck Stripper.
What can remove Thompson’s water Seal?
Steps to Remove the Sealant: To use mineral spirits, wipe the spirits over the area with a cloth. Let it sit for a few minutes, then scrub the area with a scrub brush. To use a concentrated degreaser, follow the instructions on the label of your selected product.
How do I remove Thompson?
You can remove Thompson’s Water Seal through a variety of techniques, but the simplest is probably to use Earth Smart Solutions’ ESHC Hydrocarbon Cleaner and Degreaser. You also have the option to scrape or sand down the wood to remove it.
Can Thompson water Seal be used on metal?
They can be used on slates, tiles, felt and corrugated metal surfaces.
How long does Thompson water Seal last?
Thompson’s WaterSeal includes a complete line of deck sealers and stains for protecting deck wood from moisture and sunlight. Applying a sealer and/or stain typically is recommended every one to three years, depending on the finishing product, deck use, weather conditions, and sun exposure.
How long does Thompson water Seal still tacky?
Though your water sealing won’t be weakened (or at least, it’s highly unlikely that it’s going to wash away), it will have a longer dry time than the standard 24 hours. After two to three days, you probably won’t have any stickiness left on your wood.
Is Thompson Water Seal any good?
It looked great when I first applied it, and was really easy to apply, and I was pretty pleased. However, is has not stood up to the test of time in the areas that are full sun; the finish is peeling off the wood in those areas, and the wood is absorbing water.
Can you apply Thompson’s Water Seal to wet wood?
Also, check the label for the recommended waiting time between deck cleaning and staining. Thompson’s® WaterSeal® Waterproofing Stains can be applied to damp wood, so you only have to wait about two hours to begin applying stain.
Is Thompson’s Water Seal sprayable?
Convenient waterproofing spray that provides proven waterproofing protection for wood, concrete and brick.
When can you walk on Thompson Water Seal?
Now that you’ve applied Thompson’s Water Seal following the instructions above, to your entire surface, you can walk away and let it dry for 24 hours. That’s all the time you need to let Thompson’s Water Seal work to protect your outdoor surfaces from water damage.
Can I mix stain and Thompson’s Water sealer?
As long as it’s all oil based you should be able too. But if it’s a solid color stain it might turn a little transparent if mixed with the sealer..just give it a try on a scrap piece. Bingo. As long as they use the same solvents, it should be fine.
Is Thompson water Seal corrosive?
This product is corrosive. Handle with care. A trial patch is recommended before starting. Test on an inconspicuous area before applying to entire surface.
What colors does Thompson water Seal come in?
- Acorn Brown.
- Woodland Cedar.
- Harvest Gold.
- Maple Brown.
- Sequoia Red.
Can you use water seal on metal?
What is waterproof sealant for metal? Waterproof sealant for metal adheres upon contact with metal surfaces, closing the gap on seams, joints, and around fasteners. SMP (silane-modified polymers) sealants, for instance, form a waterproof bond and can be applied on wet substrates.