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Old 02-03-2008, 08:17 PM
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thats is way cheap... I was quoted almost 400.00 from Jennifer at lonseal for 6' x 8' piece....
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I need a 8' x 6' of londeck coin in eggshell white... also a quart of the adhesive... email me [email protected]


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Old 02-03-2008, 09:06 PM
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thats right there with lonseals quote... I actually want the londeck coin, not the loncoin II. I ahve the sample book and there is a difference... plus the color I want is the egg shell, not the birch. Thanks though, I am gonna try and talk to Sara tomorrow to see if I can get a better rate...
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Loncoin II is listed for moisture prone interior spaces. I was planning to use this one on the cockpit floor of my boat. Is there a problem with using it on an exterior application? The Londeck Coin doesn't come in the color I want.
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Yeah, I am right there with you on the color, that is why I picked the londeck... the birch white just didn't look right...
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You might want to think of putting that down with their contact adhesive, if you ever damage the floor it'll be easier to pull up rather than trying with the epoxy.
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Loncoin II is listed for moisture prone interior spaces. I was planning to use this one on the cockpit floor of my boat. Is there a problem with using it on an exterior application? The Londeck Coin doesn't come in the color I want.
I'm going to answer my own question. We're talking about a boat that will be kept indoors except when in use and covered if it's ever outside otherwise. UV resistance won't be an issue. Loncoin II is fine. Correct?
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I've used lonseal in my last two boats. When installing I like to start in one corner and do small sections at a time. Apply to both floor and flooring. Key is to wait until it feels dry yet very sticky to the touch. Make sure its lined up perfect and press down. It will now be locked in position. Apply to the next area and repeat. Does add to the time but worth it.

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Use in a properly ventilated area. I didn't use the lonseal glue but rather one from Home Depot that works great. However when I applied in tight confines I awoke to someone pulling me out by my feet...only out for a minute but coulda been real bad.

Also, buy a weighted hand roller to roll out the flooring when done. Bubbles are common the next day as gas develops but usually disappear with rolling. If not use a needle to let the air out and then roll out the bubble.
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Old 02-04-2008, 01:35 PM
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Sorry to beat this one to death, but it's time for me to get this stuff.

Has anyone used contact adhesive instead of epoxy? Did it hold up as well?

Do these places send out color sample swatches? The print outs are suspect.
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Yes I have. I'll post what I have used when I check the can. Available at home depot.
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