- Seals the lead paint beneath.
- Penetrates and neutralizes the lead particles within the old paint.
- Can be tinted with colors without compromising effectiveness.
- Is fire, mold, and mildew resistant.
- Seals and neutralizes lead dust.
- Requires no special training or application process.
Thursday, 30 April 2015
Keep Lead Out Of Your Lawn Parties This Summer With ECOBOND®
Is your old deck or garden shed painted with lead paint? If so, it could be posing a serious threat to you, your family, and anyone who happens to stop by your cook-out party. "How so?" you may ask. Well, lead paint is definitely still a threat even if no one goes near the offending shed or deck through a process known as proximity contamination.By definition, proximity contamination occurs when lead paint chips or other particles find their way into the soil or groundwater of an area. In fact, the EPA has stated that an amount of lead dust equal to that of asugar packet is enough to thoroughly contaminate an area one-third the size of a football field. Furthermore, it only takes a lead dust particle the size of a grain of sand to poison a small child.But lead dust is only created during the demolition or renovation of the structure, right? Not exactly. Even opening and closing the doors or windows to a structure coated with lead paint is enough to generate sufficient amounts of lead dust.So imagine this; you go into your old shed to pull out the barbeque for a little summertime lawn party. You're grilling burgers; the kids are in the pool or playing with the dog. Unfortunately now you have an unwanted guest, lead dust. Just from retrieving your grill or opening the windows or disturbing the paint in any way you're running the risk of these lead particles contaminating the soil, the pool water, uncovered drinks, the food, and the air. Luckily, there's a way you can neutralize the dangers from your old shed or other structure painted with lead paint which does not require a team clad in Hazmat suits or the demolition of the entire building. You can simply paint over the lead paint and seal it with ECOBOND®. ECOBOND® is the only lead paint treatment of its kind which;