Don't make the same mistake I made with Anchorseal. Originally I put Amchorseal on by "glugging" it right out of some recycled "Minute Maid" brand 1 gal OJ containers (very thick walls), and pushed around with my fingers. It would take forever to skin over and it seemed to stay soft and milky in the thick areas. After several sessions that I felt were unacceptable, I started to brush it on THIN with a standard el-cheapo "Orange-borg" 3" painters brush. And it made all the difference in the world. More economical, better sealing, dried clear, instead of staying soft and milky. And with the brush you can get into holidays and crevasses better.
Last edited by David Scott; 03-27-2012 at 05:22 PM.