Anybody have leftovers they stored and used successfully later on? I know it's good for a couple years left sealed, but opened and resealed ....that's my question.
Hoping to get this (mostly) on the floor before the weather gets colder.
A day later, but for what it's worth, it is water based and cleans up with warm water and soap. If you do get it on your clothes/shoes and it dries, it's rather permanent, but if you wash it immediately, it should come right out. Now, I say this with OUT having tried it myself (the washing the clothes thing) I just wore my old work clothes that are all stained anyway and an old pair of sneakers and got down to business.
I didn't really care if it got on me but didn't deliberately make a mess of/on myself either. I didn't try to save the paint brush or roller either...
As for the caulk floor sealant... Ahem... I don't think that's gonna turn out so good... Caulk isn't really designed to cover vast tracks of wood... It's really meant to seal small cracks etc. I hope it doesn't go as bad as I envision, but best of luck. Worst part is painting over it won't "fix" the issue, only make it worse... sorry...
chipper chicken -- I just seen your thread. Glad this wasn't to hard to use, looks like a messy job to work with this. You're a neighbor here in our state somewhere. How many chickens do you have?
I'll tell you what hubby did for our flooring. He built our coop (palace) off the ground on cement slabs, the floor is chip board, then 2x6 on top of that then plastic. We didn't want the Hens wrecking the boards and it's very easy to clean. Most of the time he uses a shovel to clean it and it hasn't stuck to the plastic at all. On top of the plastic is straw.
It's been about three weeks now. How is your floor in the chicken coop? The plastic that is on top of the floor actually has two layers of plastic. Your coop looks bigger than ours. It's 10x20 and since the girls have a run area he divided the palace (coop) in half. Half is the coop, other side has a wall that divides the sides with a door. On the back side of the palace he put up swing doors that open up and to keep them closed he's using a long piece of wood in the middle. This side is for his riding mower since it's taking up too much room in the garage. I'm sure you'll love your coop when you're done.
Haven't checked this until tonight. By the date of your last post is the date that I woke up in severe pain, 9 days with pain and starting to feel better after all the lab test and scan they are putting me through. One more to do and I should be done. I am back now to see what I've been missing out on.