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Pond Armor

What do you mean I don't need liner for my pond?

Yes, that's right.

You don't.

What is Pond Armor Pond Shield Epoxy?
Simply put, Pond Shield epoxy is a non-toxic, fish and plant safe coating that can be used to seal and waterproof an existing or new pond. Pond Shield epoxy can be used on concrete, wood, steel, stone, tile, aluminum, block, brick and some plastics. The days of needing a pond liner to complete your pond are over. If you want to create a pond with a more natural look or you'd like to build a more formal pond, without covering up all of your beautiful work with a pond liner, then our epoxy pond liner system is for you!

Our epoxy pond liner system can be used for any type of water feature. Koi ponds, waterfalls, fountains and water gardens to name a few. You'll find that our epoxy pond liner systems are non-toxic meaning they are fish and plant safe. Pond Shield is a NON-HAZMAT and costs less to ship too! For most applications, a single coat application is all is needed for proper coverage and your finished epoxy pond liner will be complete and virtually maintenance free!

Our epoxy pond liner systems offer both strength and flexibility in a coating. Flexibility and strength that is tested down to -78 degrees F, all the way up to 140 degrees F, our epoxy liner systems have a proven record that speaks for itself. These are epoxy pond liner systems that have been specifically designed to bond to porous or abraded materials. With a tensile bond strength that was found to be stronger than the internal strength of the concrete it was applied to, you can rest assured that your single coat of pond epoxy will stick to what you apply it to.

Over time, hairline cracks can form in mortar or grout joints as well as concrete. The last thing you need is for this to happen and then be transferred to your epoxy pond liner, causing a leak. Being flexible, our epoxy pond liner systems resists mimic cracking like this and provide you with the best protection possible in your coating. It's also possible to enhance the performance of your epoxy pond liner (in crack susceptible areas) by using it along with fiberglass mat or tape and as a filler when mixed with colloidal silica of micro fibers.

There are other coatings on the market, but what you get with our epoxy pond liner system is peace of mind. This peace of mind comes from knowing you didn't pay outrageous prices for installation of your pond coating, or from knowing you didn't have to purchase anything extra like primers or thinners for your coating. Your peace of mind will also come from knowing that once our epoxy pond liner system is applied, you only spent about $1.24 per square foot and that your new epoxy pond liner will be easy to maintain and provide you with the aesthetics you always wanted from your pond. That means, no more unsightly folds or creases. You'll have a surface that algae just wipes right off!

That's right. Three steps.

  • First step: The hole. Above it's shown in concrete.
  • Second Step: Apply the Pond Armor Pond Shield. This can be done with a roller or a brush, just like painting a wall in a house.
  • Third Step: Look at your pretty pond

That's it.

It comes in black, just like ordinary pond liner, but why stop there? You can get Pond Armor in the following colors:

NOTE: We have, in stock, Black, Competition Blue and Clear. The other colors are special order with a minimum order of (10) 1-1/2 quart sizes.




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