Floatation Tank Varnish?

áFloatation tanks are sealed inside with epoxy. I can't think of any reason to varnish inside before the seats are glued on. Correct?

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RE: Floatation Tank Varnish?

I can't think of any reason either.  If the wood is completely sealed and the epoxy surfaces will not be exposed to sunlight you ought to be fine.

RE: Floatation Tank Varnish?

I like to add white pigment to the epoxy used to coat the inside of compartments. With two coats, you can easily wipe any spills clean. Adds a nice bright finishing touch to compartments.   

RE: Floatation Tank Varnish?

Justin, that's you, correct? I remember reading about that pigment trick on your JustRight website. Your lead furnace, BTW, was very useful and ended up being passed along to GeorgeK, who also hangs out on this forum, when I was done with it.

Laszlo

 

RE: Floatation Tank Varnish?

   The final top coat with white dye will reflect more light witnin the compartment and make it easier to see any object inside.

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