|Forum topic by jasoncarpentry||posted 04-01-2015 08:42 PM||569 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
04-01-2015 08:42 PM
I’ve been asked to help renovate an old (1940’s) building to use for a youth center. The part they want to use as a stage has about three layers of tile flooring, and I’m sure that at least one layer is made of asbestos tile. Removing the tile is out of the question, so the owner has asked if I know of a product she can use to seal in all of the bad stuff (like asbestos).
The final floor doesn’t need to be perfectly flat, or even close to it. We’ll be covering it w/ pallets, w/ a final layer of smooth plywood. She has about 5 gal. of “EUCO Rez-Seal.” I checked out the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), and it looks like this stuff is meant for outdoor use only; it gives off all kinds of harmful organic fumes as it cures. And even if this stuff is OK, 5 gal. won’t be enough.
So, what do you recommend as a sealant for this type of floor?
-- Jim in Tennessee