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Pond Armor

Model SKU-SKYBLUE-QT-R

Internet #203886336

Pond Shield 1.5-qt. Sky Blue Non Toxic Epoxy

$79.95 /each

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Pond Shield is a non-toxic epoxy liner designed for the pond and water feature industry. Created to construction water features or ponds with a more designer, formal or natural look than rubber liners are able to offer with no more unsightly folds or creases. In addition, unlike rubber liners, Pond Shield is available in eight colors - Black, Clear, Competition Blue, Sky Blue, Forest Green, Tan, Gray and White. Pond Shield is used for waterproofing structured surfaces found in water features such as Koi ponds, pools, fountains, aquariums, salt water tanks, hydroponics, streams, waterfalls, reflecting pools, mini lakes, holding tanks, etc. Easily applied and easy to maintain, for most applications, a single coat application is all that is needed for proper coverage. In addition, your pond will be virtually maintenance free with a surface that algae can be easily wiped off of and is safe for fish and plants. Pond Shield offers both strength and flexibility in a coating, strength and flexibility that is tested from -78° F to 140° F. Pond Shield is an epoxy pond liner that has been specifically designed to bond to porous or abraded materials. With a tensile bond strength stronger than the internal strength of the concrete, your single coat of Pond Shield epoxy will stick to what you apply it to. Over time, hairline cracks can form in concrete, mortar or grout joints. Being flexible, Pond Shield resists mimic cracking and provides the best protection possible in a coating.

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Water proof formula suitable for use in a wide range of climatic environments from hot to freeze/thaw conditions
  • Specifically designed for underwater use and to be non toxic and fish and plant safe
  • Self priming formula allows for reliable adhesion for a finished surface that is easy to maintain
  • Can be put into service in as little as 24 hours
  • Can be applied to any constructed surface made of wood, metal or stone as well as most plastics and other coatings
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I can use to paint fiberglass pool

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Yes, this item can be used to paint fiberglass pool.
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Can this be used on acrylic?

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Yes, I used it on an acrylic shower pan and it worked great!
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Sealing some fake ceramic turtles that float on my pond..will this product work ?

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My 1,000 gal cement pond with an 8 ft waterfall of big colorful rocks & colored cement was built 19 yrs ago. I don't know what the jacuzzi builder used.. but it has never leaked ever...
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This is very thick and heavy like glass. I don't see how ceramic floats, but it may add some weight to it so it sinks. If they are small, it may work.
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Does this product work for waterfalls? I've used other epoxy and the speed of the water has peeled the epoxy away.

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Water can CUT stone. Nothing you use on moving water will stop it from etching away at the surface. This product is tough as nails, like stone, especially if two coats are used, but over time, nature wins. Look at the Grand Canyon to see what running water will do to stone. I used this on a bird bath and after 3 years the color has faded in spots but peeling is doubtful.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 92 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use Hard to find a product that will hold water and this was very easy to use and is working great. February 23, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Product well packaged I have not been able to use the product because of health issues have prevented me from using it. Therefore I cannot legitimately review the product. Please advise in regards to a review process. The descriptions of the product indicate it would be a excellent product to use on water fountains and concrete statues. When I am able I plan to use it in that manner. June 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not hold up to the standard expected I put this product on my pond and it stretched and peeled. I do not recommend this product although the spots that it did not stretch to it did seem to waterproof. June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works perfectly - no leaks We were restoring an old fountain from my wife's childhood days. I rebuilt the base but could not get a perfect leakproof seal. The reviews were great indcating that this product would work. Indeed it does. It was a lttle pricey but worked. That was all i needed. You have to purchase denatured alcohol separately. Would have been nice to include all items. Nice high gloss finish. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fountain is easier to clean While this project was a little involved with all the mixing and steps, I am very satisfied with the results. The fountain looks great and is easier to keep clean. It does make the surface very slippery for the birds when they try to get a drink, but they still manage. July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good, but hard to work with My pond came out good, but the paint is hard to work with. It set up very quickly. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A little early to say greatest ever but hopeful This epoxy was used to line a fountain in our courtyard. We had a leak and this is supposed to fix it. One warning, in very high heat, as in our case July in Savannah, GA, this product swelled up to 4 times its size, overflowing the can and unable to use. Obviously this should be stated on the can. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a great product, but... This is one of those 'mix part A with Part B' products that become active once the two parts are well blended. You're not going to have a lot of time once they're mixed, so be ready to go. Coffee breaks are definitely out, or you'll end up with a hardened blob on your project. I also used mine over concrete and if you've ever worked with painting concrete, you know its all about surface preparation. They want you to use one part acid with three parts water to 'etch' the surface. That's AFTER the surface is super clean first. I painted a birdbath so I used a power washer first to make sure nothing was on the concrete before the etching. Follow those rules and you should have no problems. Now, this is a thick coating of the stuff, something like painting with melted rubber. Maybe not quite that bad, but it does leave more of a coating than simply painting. You can slop it on to some extent as it does seem to settle smoothly before it turns into the finished product. I would imagine this is exactly what most users would want if they are doing anything that is going to ultimately be holding water. This POND ARMOR product leaves a rubber like coating over your project and when finished it really looks great. So the end game is pretty spectacular. But I have to warn you, using this on any kind of a sizable project (like a big pond) is going to cost an awful lot of cash. It's a really nice finish and for certain projects it's super. But it's hard to say go for it if your dealing with a big project. If cost is no factor for you, or the project is within reason size wise, then you'll love the finished product. July 19, 2015
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