- Color Choices To Fit Your Needs
- Apply To Many Types Of Surfaces
- Safe For Fish & Non-Toxic
Pond Armor® Pond-Shield® Non-Toxic Epoxy Pond Liner is a stand alone, fish safe product with no primers or sealers needed. It can be easily applied to most surfaces including: concrete, shotcrete, gunnite, cement, wood, steel, aluminum, tile, stone & rock.
Pond-Shield® is a flexible epoxy that combines superior elongation with sheer tensile strength. The tensile bond strength even exceeds the internal strength of concrete. Simply mix both parts together and apply with a squeegee and roller. Pond Armor® Pond-Shield® cures to touch within a few hours and is completely fish and plant safe. Also available in: 1.5 Gallons and 3 Gallons.
From dosage rates to product labels, the USAGE tab contains all of the information you need to properly apply your pond care products.
|Coverage||30-60 square feet*|
|Set Time||1 hour at 72°-75°|
|Cure Time||24 Hours|
*Coverage of 60 square feet when applied at 10 mils per 1-1/2 quart kit. Uneven & Rough surfaces will cause a decrease in coverage area.
- 1 Quart Epoxy Resin (by volume)
- 1/2 Quart Epoxy Hardener (by volume)
- 1 wet film gauge
- Preparation & Application Instructions
Additional Supplies Needed
- Muriatic Acid (if using on concrete, brick, rock, etc.)
- 60-grit sandpaper
- Plastic Paint Pan
- Squeegee (for smooth surfaces)
- Paint Roller (for rough surfaces)
- 99% Isopropyl Alcohol or Denatured Alcohol
How To Use
Be sure to read through all instructions prior to application.
- Prepare Surface. Follow included instructions for the surface you intend to cover with Pond Shield®.
- Mix Product & Apply. Only mix enough product that you can use within 30 minutes.
- Inspect & Touch Up. After application has been completed, inspect the surface area. Touch up areas as needed.
- Avoid prolonged contact with skin or breathing of mist.
- Use only with adequate ventilation.
What others are saying
"Aweful product"Peter Henderson of Vancouver, WA
Difficult to apply, mix and get out of the cans. Only coves a max of 20 square feet, even though it advertises 60. Don't buy this product or if you do, buy a minimum of 1.5 Gallons as you will need it.View entire review
"Its not as easy as them say"Dulce of Johnson City, TX
we bought this because it was suppost to be easy to use. Well its not and it only covers about 1/2 of what it says and its not worth it too much to hastle with and it can not be applies with a roller we had a hard enought time with a paint brush DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS.View entire review
"Pond Armor"Jim Monroe of Arlington, TX
The product is all that it claims to be. The videos and instructions on their web page pondarmor.com are very helpful, if not necessary to a successful job. My repair of cracks in a small cement bowl that were caused by freezing this winter was easy. There are no short cuts! Take your time and do as instructed and you will turn that cracked pond into a new thing of beauty.View entire review
"Pond Armor covers much less than advertised"fred nakamura of los angeles, CA
I agree with Peter Henderson. It covers much less than advertised. Maybe about a third to a half. Hard product to apply. Have to work very fast. If you decide to use it, buy it in quart sizes and mix only what you can apply before it hardens.View entire review
"not so great"Jeff Higgins of port huron, MI
This product is more hype than actual great stuff. It claims to cover rough surface easily. Didn't happen. I had to poke it into surface with paint brush and in the process it hardened on me. I lost about have of the product and it is a little too expensive to have it wasted. The time frame was not the one hour I was supposed to have. It is also hard to remove from can and covers far less than it is supposed to, even by following EXACT instructions from the website. I would think it should cost far less to have such issues.View entire review
"Pond shield pond sealer"James Harris of Vacaville, CA
I wish I'd read the other reviews first. It is very difficult to get the product out of the can to mix in a partial batch, it is very difficult to mix, and it dosen't apply worth a darn. If you can get it where you want it, it does a decent job of sealing.View entire review
"Non-Toxic Epoxy Pond Sealer"Harv of Lorena, TX
When I opened the cans to mix the product, the part 1 (color) was hard!!! The part 2 was very thick and would have been difficult to pour out to mix a partial batch. Very disappointed! ***Response From The Pond Guy - Thank you for working with our customer service team to resolve this issue. We hope your new batch of Pond Armor Epoxy performs as expected. We appreciate the feedback. ***View entire review
"Pond Shield"Harv Peterson of Lorena, TX
The Pond Guy customer service had to resolve a defective product issue with my first batch of Pond Shield and I was sent a replacement. I mixed the product and completed my project with great results! The only complaint I have now is that the mixing instructions were not clear to me which resulted in thinning it a bit too much. It did work good even though it was too thin. I let it set a little and it did thicken and completely covered the project as intended. Thanks to the customer service rep Sue who was very courteous and helpful.View entire review
"You will need double the amount"Scott of Depew, NY
Product advertised that it would cover 60 sq ft, in two coats - a primer and then the final coat. I used it on a Smooth plywood surface and it covered about 50sq ft and ONLY A SINGLE coat. Even at that, I am short about 2 feet that has no coat. I now either need to buy more or use another product, so I think Im going to look at Aquatic Epoxy.View entire review