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Use the right products for the job and if you do the research BEFORE you begin to dig, and you find doing it the "right way" is too costly, then I would agree with Russ's statement. Could it have been toxic to fish? But have at it. This whole experiment was borne out of spite IMHO, to prove a few others wrong who have told you and the OP on the other thread not to use "roofing material" to coat a pond. I will do one more coat tomorrow, then start working on the filtration for it. I was expecting it to be shiny and feel like rubber. Guys,,, seriously,,, I'm not trying to ruffle anyone's feathers, on purpose, by conducting this experiment I enjoy the educational process,,, which is part of why I am about to start construction on a gallon water garden, even though my pond is only three months old,,, I saw, in another thread, some serious criticism towards someone for simply asking if this was a viable option Being the "do'er" that I am,,, I thought that this question was begging for a definitive answer,,, not an emotional barage of criticism I realize the sensitivity of putting a goldfish in harms way, I apologize if this triggers an emotion,, if I witness any distress I will immediately cease and dissist with the experiment I have made a few acquaintences on here and don't desire any enemies. Now, practically everyone on the forum uses the stuff. Just like I don't think it would be cool to catch and release koi in lake, I choose not to use them or goldfish as guinea pigs. It went on like liquid tar. The stuff is cheap and readily available at hardware stores. Sure, but someone decided it was worth a try, and the outcome was that it was reasonably safe to use. That is why there are certain products recommended by those that have been around awhile. Might be easier just to coat something with this product and toss it into a stable, established pond with known healthy fish. Lesson learned! I'm wanting to do something cool, like fund an old well pump or something for the return. Mike Thanks for your input. It didn't do what I wanted it to do and that was seal a brand new, very smoothly finished concrete pond. Keep us posted. This is just an experiment I am not recommending anyone else use it On post number 2, I stated that it says not to use where pooling will occur I will run this experiment as long as it takes But it's "cheaper" I didn't become a debt free 41 years old man with a paid off , dollar house by wasting money unnecessarily.

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Good call, is there anything different between the blackjack rubber coat and white? Not to mention the angst of seeing valued purchases that a lot of us view as pets dying off.

Well, killing a few goldfish, if it actually happens, is no more than what labs do with rats, chimps etc.!

However, I do agree, and am in the camp with others, blackjack rubber coat hey, do what you want here. Not sure what this statement has to do with this experiment? In my case, Birdman Steve Joneli told me about this product after he himself preformed some "tests" with it.

I blackjack rubber coat a great debt of gratitude to Koiphen,, please bare with me and try to not judge me too harshly. Heck, knowledge and information are goodness. I say "go for it," and thank you for sharing your results. For the record, the instructions do say to seal and patch with the patch and sealant first.

We shall see But it's "cheaper". This rather flies in the face of your previous statement about not advocating its use. None of that was said prior to my chiming in on that thread Steve is awesome, extremely friendly and helpful,, but, as far as this product is concerned, have any of y'all used this product or it's ingredients with fish?

After a week of curing, I went to see how it was doing, and I still left footprints in it. After go here the can my first observation was a very mild paint smell.

Also, it goes on as thin as any household paint. Ill be using one 17 gallon Multi-purpose steel utility tub, one gallon of blackjack and one roll of self adhesive cement board tape for the initial construction.

DO NOT apply to flat surfaces, poor drainage areas, or where ponding water will exist. It might be more costly short term but the long term cost of having to completely overhaul a pond coating that is inappropriate would be far greater.

I am really surprised at the mildness of the fumes. I'm doing it for my own quest for true knowledge, in spite of them That's where you are wrong We have all said this blackjack rubber coat not the right product but if you must prove it to yourself blackjack rubber coat have at it.

That is why most people don't mind using what is tried and true. I've applied one coat today. I will either prove or disprove the theory that blackjack kills fish I realize that even if two years from now the fish is still alive and all seems well, that the naysayers will still say, "it doesn't prove a thing" I also know blackjack varying bets if the fish dies, they'll do a little happy dance, high five each other and say, "I told you so" Https://anariel-cats.ru/blackjack/lone-butte-promotions.html didn't become a debt free 41 years old man with a paid offdollar house by wasting money unnecessarily Not sure what this statement has to do with this experiment?

FYI the label states that it is not recommended for use on roofs where pooling occurs. I agree, and I support your test. I slapped that stuff on really good and gave it two coats.

I placed a ring of cement board tape around the lip to help prevent peeling from the top down. Your point is taken If it turns out that it doesn't kill fish, it could be used in a lot of temporary applications Your application is contrary to what the manufacturer recommends submerged and I venture to say they would not condone it for use with aquatic life.

But, would I ever use the product again? I am a lot more optimistic at this point than I was in the beginning, given the lack of a noxious smell and the apparent durability. It went on smoothly and easily.

Cool, I guess I was picturing black. Applied a second coat today. I think we all know the just click for source results, but everything is a theory until tested and proven one way or another.

Not sure how accurate an experiment this is as there re so many variables with a " new" aquatic environmentnot to mention where you will get the poor fish for this experiment.

I went with white over black for water temperature reasons. I was just funnin' with ya, and probably a little guilty of piling on.

Ill see what I can find at the plumbing salvage store. I will add at least one more tomorrow then let it sit for a few days to allow the possibility for anything dangerous to gas out If when I add water and there isn't anything obviously dangerous, I will add filtration, plants and a goldfish. For the record I will not add fish if there is any odor or film in the water. And if you didn't want anyone here to voice their opinions on this experiment,then why post it? I don't want to boil the fish. A roofing sealant is NOT designed to be submersed constantly in water, thus the warning from the manufacturer concerning the need to eliminate "pooling" or puddling on the roof. Thanks for your input. I'm not testing it's ability to waterproof, it's durability, longevity or anything else. Ill do those experiments afterwards if the fish live. Personally, I think it is always interesting to perform "experiments" such as these. However, after roughly 2 weeks, I filled the pond and added the fish. I'm thinking a cool thing about this might be, that since it is white and appears to have the same consistency as paint, you might be able to take it to a Sherwin Williams and have them make it any color you want. For the sake of the experiment's desire to replicate a pond environment, I will not be using activated carbon After an hour or so of drying it has the texture of flat wall paint. So, you are just doing this to see if it will kill the fish? Nope, that would be their "white jack" coating. How do people know it works? It does not state why this is the recommendation. If they die, well, there's your answer. I can definitely believe it would take several coats to truly waterproof anything it is applied to. My second observation, upon applying it, was that it is a lot thinner of consistency than I expected. Just like I would never cull a litter of puppies because they didn't have the quality markings I would prefer, I won't be using koi for this experiment I think that you will see failure in the coating before you even add the fish.