I have read several different articles that warn about toxic fumes that can be released even after the liner has dried. What are the health hazards that your product carries? I obviously will not be breathing it in while applying, but am curious about the hazards to me and my family as we use a spray in coating, is your product safe?
I am searching for something that will be durable and easy to maintain and keep clean. Can you help? I think I am interested in the Dark Grey, Can you ship me a sample that has your colors?
Also, what is the recommended and minimum CFM required to apply your product with the gun that comes with the kit?
The majority of our products have 0 VOCs, and do not release fumes after curing. The activator sometimes has a pungent odor until combined with the resin, but these products do not dry, they cure as a 100% solids product.
Unfortunately, we are not generally able to send samples of our products due to the wide variety of types, colors, textures, applications. The additional expense would also impact our ability to remain competitive unless we charged for samples, and would be a distraction from our operations.
The Greys are the simplest of our applications since one component of most kits is our Poly Powder (which is black). For a Dark Grey, your kit would generally be 1 part A Grey (light color), 1 part A Black, 1 part B (activator), 3 parts Poly Powder. The liquids are a 2:1 (A:B) mix, and the powder can be up to a 1:1 (liquid:powder) ratio. The powder allows you to control the consistency of your coating. The thicker it is, the more texture you can develop, and the thicker a coat can be applied at one time on vertical surfaces.
By combining the products, you end up with a Dark Grey finished coating.
The general guidelines are about 5 cfm @ 90 psi, but can sometimes be done with less. Since your area is not a large exposed surface which requires a completely even application, you could also brush or roll the coating with good results.