Perma Bond

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Use PermaBond with very worn or distressed wood prior to resurfacing with Deck Revive or Dock Revive.  Priming poorly maintained wood with this bonding agent will enhance adhesion.  Can be tinted to match final resurfacing product used and to provide color between boards.

  • acrylic based, VOC-free polymer
  • applies with brush, roller or sprayer
  • tools clean up with water

COVERAGE:  One gallon covers approximately 350-400 sq ft depending on porosity and condition of wood.

PermaBond was developed for very worn deck, dock and concrete surfaces.  As a bonding agent, PermaBond offers that extra bit of insurance against some of the unknowns that distressed wood or concrete may have been exposed to.  Poorly maintained wood can have a petrified look over time, making it difficult for many products to bond to the wood.

PermaBond is an acrylic based polymer, specially formulated to penetrate and lock into wood fibers and concrete surfaces providing a strong molecular bond for Deck Revive, Dock Revive and Concerte Revive.   We encourage the use of this product if you should have any doubts about the condition of your wood or concrete surface.  Priming with PermaBond will ensure bondability with most subsurface applications.

PermaBond can be tinted the same color as the final Deck, Dock, or Concrete resurfacing product you use from Gulf Synthetics.   This helps achieve color matching between the spaces of the deck boards.  The product can be sprayed, brushed or rolled on and tools clean up easily with water.

 

 

 

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    TWP Stains · 05/09/2017
    Duke:
    Can this product be used as base for any quality latex (acrylic) deck paint? I have an 11'x11' 20yr old treated wood deck.

    Sorry it cannot.
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    Duke · 05/09/2017
    Can this product be used as base for any quality latex (acrylic) deck paint? I have an 11'x11' 20yr old treated wood deck.
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    TWP Stains · 07/24/2016
    Al Solvay:
    What is the normal color of this product?
    How do I tint this product to the color I
    Want. Thanks

    The Permabond is clear and not a tintable product.
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    Al Solvay · 07/23/2016
    What is the normal color of this product?
    How do I tint this product to the color I
    Want. Thanks
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    TWP Stains · 10/11/2015
    JJoAnn:
    Can I apply PermaBond primer one weekend and
    then apply the DeckRevive the next weekend(a week later)?

    Yes you can do this.
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    JJoAnn · 10/11/2015
    Can I apply PermaBond primer one weekend and
    then apply the DeckRevive the next weekend(a week later)?
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    TWP Stains · 09/20/2015
    Harmon:
    I am prepping a deck for Deck Revive. How long should the Perma Bond dry before application of the Deck Revive?

    1-2 hours.
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    Harmon · 09/18/2015
    I am prepping a deck for Deck Revive. How long should the Perma Bond dry before application of the Deck Revive?
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    TWP Stains · 07/23/2015
    Steve Welch:
    I have purchased both Perma Bond and Deck Revive (and they're on their way). The instructions for Deck Revive so to power wash and remove all old paint, stain, etc. Is that still necessary if applying Perma Bond first? I don't find any Perma Bond instructions online.

    Yes you have to pressure wash for the prep. Just wash off any dirt and loose/peeling stain. You do not have to remove all of the old stain but you do want to remove to the point that was is left, is attached well to the wood.
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    Steve Welch · 07/23/2015
    I have purchased both Perma Bond and Deck Revive (and they're on their way). The instructions for Deck Revive so to power wash and remove all old paint, stain, etc. Is that still necessary if applying Perma Bond first? I don't find any Perma Bond instructions online.
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    TWP Stains · 06/01/2015
    Ron Devincenzi:
    I intend to use a brush and roller to apply PermaBond. What type of roller is recommended and what thickness for the roller nap, e.g. 3/4 in thickness, etc.
    Also does your bug juice work with DeckRevive or only with your Stains.

    3/8" on the nap of the roller. Bug juice will work with any stain or paint according to the manufacturer.
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    Ron Devincenzi · 06/01/2015
    I intend to use a brush and roller to apply PermaBond. What type of roller is recommended and what thickness for the roller nap, e.g. 3/4 in thickness, etc.
    Also does your bug juice work with DeckRevive or only with your Stains.
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    TWP Stains · 05/10/2015
    Alison:
    Hi, I am purchasing concrete revive and have some shallow cracks that are more than 3/8" wide. do I need perma bond AND perma fill or just one or the other?
    Thank you!
    Alison
    http://www.twpstain.com/gulfsynthetics/ConcreteRevive-1-1-13-Instructions.pdf
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    Alison · 05/08/2015
    Hi, I am purchasing concrete revive and have some shallow cracks that are more than 3/8" wide. do I need perma bond AND perma fill or just one or the other?
    Thank you!
    Alison
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    TWP Stains · 02/23/2009
    This product is a water based stain. It does not contain linseed oil and does not promote mildew/mold growth. Take in consideration that mold/mildew can grow on any surface.
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    mike · 02/23/2009
    Hello,

    Does your hardwood stain contain any linseed oil and does it support mildew growth? I am planning to use it on a mahogany deck. Thanks.