Evo-Bond PVA

Building adhesive, sealer, primer and admixture
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Frequently Asked Questions for Evo-Bond PVA
QWhy can't I use Evo-Bond when its freezing?
AIt is water-based and would freeze. Even if it could be applied it will not set properly below about 5oC
QCan I use Evo-Bond to seal my garage floor to prevent dust?
AIt would initially work but has poor wear resistance. Use Sealocrete Florseal instead.
QCan I use Evo-Bond to seal my kitchen floor to prevent dust and give a nice finish?
ANo. It would initially work but has poor wear resistance. It will also turn white every time it gets wet.
QCan I use Evo-Bond PVA to seal my outside walls against the ingress of rainwater?
ANo. Even water resistant types of PVA will turn white on the surface when they become wet. Use Evo-Stik Watershield.
QCan I use Evo-Bond Waterproof to seal a concrete ornament in a fish pond?
ANo. This product is not intended for use as a surface coating. It will tend to turn hazy white when wet. Also it has not been tested as safe for use with fish.
QCan I use Evo-Bond PVa as a sealer for my plaster wall prior to applying emulsion paint?
ANo! It may leave areas with a sealed and shiny finish. Paint may then not be absorbed into those areas. The paint could then peel off. Use the primer recommended by the paint manufacturer.
QWhat do the letters PVA stand for?
APolyvinyl Acetate. In fact most PVA's are dispersions in water and look white before use and often dry clear. Typical products are Evo-Stik Wood Adhesive and Evo-Bond PVA