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post #15 of Old 05-22-2007
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Three thumbs up for Ultimate sole.... It goes on easily and dries hard and glossy. Be careful to lay it on wet - a dry brush will leave visible streaks. (Foam brush mandatory - I couldn't find the "expensive" ones they recommend, so used the ordinary ones with success.)

So - I thought, what's wrong with a durable non slippery surface on the salon table? Used US on that too... looks great but it's tough to wipe with a wet cloth - the cloth doesn't want to slide! So I guess the nonskid properties hold true.

Worth the cost, even across the line (ended up close to $100CDN after duties, taxes and shipping!) and it looks like it goes a long way. Used about a 1/3 quart can for two coats on a 35 footer.
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