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Henry 549 7 lb. FeatherFinish Patch and Skimcoat
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Henry

549 7 lb. FeatherFinish Patch and Skimcoat

  • Dries in just 15 minutes
  • Primer is not needed
  • For patching and repairing subfloors
$16.97 /each

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The Henry 7 lb. Underlayment Patch and Skimcoat is a Portland cement-based floor Patch and Skimcoat. It may be applied over most surfaces for a smooth finish before installation of permanent flooring. Installs from feather edge to any depth.

  • For patching and repairing subfloor surfaces prior to installing all types of flooring
  • No primers needed
  • Dries in as little as 15 minutes
  • Maximum coverage area of 150 sq. ft.

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how much product does this make after mixed?

Asked by: jim
about a gallon of mixed material
Answered by: Toughnut
Date published: 2017-01-04

Will this product adhere to particle board sub-floor?

Want to use this to level certain spots prior to installing engineered wood flooring. Or advice what may be a better patch. Thank You Ken
Asked by: Indo
Actually what this product is intended for, and bonds to wood products very well.
Answered by: Silviasteeve
Date published: 2017-02-16

Anyone who used this for countertops, what is the best sealer to use?

Asked by: Dee2
I am doing mine now, and solid advice seems to be Quikrete 873002 Concrete Cure And Seal Satin Finish for $22 at HD. You can also use it (if properly sealed) around the sink where it will get wet.
Answered by: PMHMommy
Date published: 2017-02-11

I s this (Henry) avail in white? I know Ardex feather finish is available in white can it be ordered thru HD?

Asked by: heather
NO; and I ve read blogs where white mortar was added to lighten the look but it hurt the hardiness of the cement.
Answered by: PMHMommy
Date published: 2016-07-07
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549 7 lb. FeatherFinish Patch and Skimcoat is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goes on as thin as you want, and it's easy to work with. I was kind of testing for concrete count... Goes on as thin as you want, and it's easy to work with. I was kind of testing for concrete countertops in the kitchen/bath, so I put it on my shelf in the garage (over some Cement-All). I really did NOT try hard to make it look nice - by this point I was just trying to make it smooth. I also bought a used kitchen countertop to test with, and it went on well. Don't add to much water - it gets weaker if you do so. I'll probably actually use the rest on my basement floor for some leveling, the way it's designed to get used.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used it to create a concrete countertop by just... I used it to create a concrete countertop by just applying a thin layer over an old laminate counter and it worked perfect. Two coats with sanding and turned out perfect.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Concrete countertops Did my kitchen countertops with this and they came out AWESOME!
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this stuff is great... i am a 60 year old DYI person. it would have been too expensive to tile my downstairs (slab). I decided to create the wood floors I wanted that would stand up to my husband in regard to the cleaning issue. I removed all carpet and any fake tile. cleaned my floors well and let dry. I mixed henry's to a slightly thicker consistency than pancake batter. I poured on the floors. let it set for ONLY A FEW MINUTES, scored my planks and ran a wood graining tool along the planks. after I did the entire room I let it dry. I sanded the floor lightly and as necessary to smooth out. vacuumed well. I wanted dark floors so I watered down some rustoleum black paint. used a roller to apply. let dry. for a weathered look I sanded areas to remove the paint. sealed with cement sealer. I get so many comments about my wood floors. I can scrub my floors with a brush and they still look great.
Date published: 2016-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was looking for a leveling product that would adhere to an old wood floor and not crack and com... I was looking for a leveling product that would adhere to an old wood floor and not crack and come loose. I was going over the old floor with 1/2" plywood and needed to fill a few dips that would have been a pain to shim. I tested a small patch of the 549 on plywood and it adhered well and stayed somewhat flexible. This product has great adhesion, mixed up and spread fairly easily and trowels to a feather edge. It is very sticky to start, can be screaded with a board and sets fairly quickly. As it firms up and becomes less sticky you can scread and trowel to a smoother finish. Smaller patches will be easier, I was working an area that was 6'x10' and 1/2" low and used 6 boxes. Building up and filling in in stages. Other levelers are mixed to a creamy consistency and pour out and self level. I was warned these would probably break up and loosen.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used for concrete counter tops We used this product to "overcoat" the concrete counter tops we built. I used a 3/4" piece of plywood, covered with aluminum grating screwed to it. Pre-drilled holes for sink and faucet and plugged them. Installed trim on the front to hold in the concrete. Poured concrete and let it dry. At that point we used the Featherfinish to fill in the remaining area to make it level with the top of the front trim sanding as needed in between. After 30 days, stained and sealed it. Looks great! The only advice I will give for the featherfinish is that it is easier to use in thinner layers. We did 3 counters and the thinner you do it the easier it is to work with. You can do it thick and you can stain and seal it.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent adhesion to wood, works really well. Four boxes did my floor, I basically skimmed the f... Excellent adhesion to wood, works really well. Four boxes did my floor, I basically skimmed the floor twice. Perfect for going over wood. After removal of vinyl it left a irregular substrate, feather finish worked well to smooth out ridges. Plus it uses Ardex technology, which is what sold me.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great for concrete counter tops! We didn't use this for it's marketed purpose (underlayment). We put 3-4 layers over our formica countertops and sealed with a food safe high quality polyurethane finish. They turned out beautiful!!! Highly recommend. Dries very quickly so use small batches at a time!
Date published: 2017-04-18
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