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Thoroseal (gray) and Acryl-60 ?

Posted by rapidwiz (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 4, 10 at 1:19

I just got two bags of thoroseal and just read I should use acryl-60. Does anyone know if this is really necessary or just marketing to selling another product.

It is for a pond which is made of of most rock and cinder blocks.


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RE: Thoroseal (gray) and Acryl-60 ?

Check this thread at koi-bito. There is a good bit of info on that site about thoroseal.

Here is a link that might be useful: koi-bito

RE: Thoroseal (gray) and Acryl-60 ?

I decided to bite the bullet and go with the Acryl-60 as most people seemed to have positive results. I have started building a blog with the various stages which I will update. This blog is still WIP, but if people want to see the pictures.


Here is a link that might be useful: Concrete Pond

RE: Thoroseal (gray) and Acryl-60 ?

Wow! That's a big project you got going. I think it will look amazing when you're done!

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