Hello, I'm new on the forum. Excuse me if I do not speak English very well ... I am currently testing to
find a good mix for vertical stamping and carving . On the inside walls my mix works well. But for
outdoor use in a cold climate, I doubt. Many companies like Butterfield, FossilCrete, Brickform uses EVA
copolymer, but EVA is very difficult to find in Quebec or unaffordable. Therefore I use an acrylic
polymer. On Concrete decor I read that acrylic is not recommended for outdoor use in extreme weather.
I would like to know if anyone has tested the acrylic polymer in a cold climate. Or if you know a eva
distributor in eastern Canada.
i live in ohio it works just fine
I just bought some from AZ Polymer here in Phx. AZ. They use it to circumvent the wait time to let a slab throughly dry from cleaning. Its a concentrate so 5 gal. makes another 10 gal. and costs around 150bucks. I did some research on it and it is used by bridge and road engineers for construction in climates subject to road salts. Seems it has a higher resistance to salt penetration. So I think it would be good for pool and waterfall application. The only thing I noticed is that it doesn't accelerate setting time as much as the acrylic that I used. But there are some varibles for me to say that is absolute