It's lasted 10 years---not a sticky wicket either. You THINK it was the same
It forms a hard plastic coating.
Did Scott's cars look OK to you???
Stu Brennan wrote:
> I think this is the same stuff one local fellow used on his steering
> wheel. It looked great, but he found that either sun screen lotion or
> bug repellent would cause it to soften, and get sticky.
> Granted, a dashboard is less likely to see these than a steering wheel,
> but an overspray or dribble is always possible.
> email@example.com wrote:
> > You can easily coat the finished dash with a pour on plastic lacquer-like
> > finish that will equal 50 coats of varnish. This is a method that Scott
> > ........wood also.
> > It's called Envirotex. It is a two part pour on plastic finish. It is a
> > tricky to apply. If you are interested, call me on the phone and I'll
> > how to do it. I did three dashes with excellent results.
> > Al Johnson
> > "Theodore V. Brown" wrote:
> > > Sometime ago, I was looking at laminate chips at a building supply store
> > > (not a whole lot of excitement in my life!) and noticed what I thought was
> > > a perfect match to the dash in my Tiger MkIA (B382002384). The chip is
> > > Formica brand #1136-90 and is identified as "Chestnut Burl". It was such
> > > perfect match that I bought some and made myself a console to hold the
> > > radio, a couple of gauges and switches and installed it below the dash.
> > > It's a quick way to replace a dash without all the hassle of veneers and
> > > multiple coats of poly or whatever. If you use a good automotive polish,
> > > it should be pretty resistant to UV and it won't crack like the original.
> > > I don't know if the laminate is still available but I have a lot left over
> > > if anyone would like some.
> > >
> > > Tod Brown