Delta Polymers is a nationwide distributor of liquid wood epoxies. We supply clear, solvent-free liquid wood epoxy for boats, marinas, wood decks, hardwood floors, wood furniture and more. Anywhere that deals with salt water and wood can find use with the liquid wood epoxies we manufacture. We pride ourselves on going above and beyond for all of our customers.
A good liquid wood epoxy is important for any establishment, home or business, with a lot of wood. Having an epoxy coated on it can maintain the lifespan of the wood and slow down its aging. Wood can dry out and rot fairly quickly if it is constantly getting wet. But with our selection of liquid wood epoxies, you can choose one that will help to maintain your wood flooring.
Solvent-free, clear epoxy coatings for wood surfaces are available from Delta Polymers. We are specialists in epoxy coatings with years of experience in the industry. And are an in-house manufacturer of liquid wood epoxy. We make custom ordering simple and easy!
If you would like more information about our liquid wood epoxies, please reach out to us today. We will happily help you with any questions or concerns you may have about our line of epoxies. The number to call is (800) 966-5142. With your phone call, we can provide you with a free quote for any materials we have in stock. We have years of experience as a trusted manufacturer of epoxies and are a nationwide distributor for all that we offer.
Before using a liquid wood epoxy, it is important to properly prepare the surface for use. If the surface is dirty it could detrimentally affect the epoxy. The surface must be clean and dry. Any oils, grease, fat, wax, soap, lubricants, paint and most kinds of soil prevent proper adhesion and penetration.
Old paint needs to be removed. It should be scrapped, sanded or stripped. And the stripper residue needs to be removed too. Oil, grease and other contaminants can be removed with detergents, solvents and other cleaning agents.
Moisture and water diminish penetration and adhesion and need to be cleaned. Wood can be dried with heat or ventilation for it to be prepared properly. Learn more about bartop epoxy and the proper application tips. Know how to professionally use epoxies for a smooth finish.
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