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brichi
06-05-2018, 08:23 AM
So im trying to build my P10 display making it as easy as possible to work on it if something goes wrong in winter.

Has anyone tried or do you think it would work using a clear spray sealer like in the pic? if it seals the entire front with 2-3 coats then it may work


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MikeKrebs
06-05-2018, 08:42 AM
I have not used it but the FAQ says:
4. Can LeakSeal® be applied to ABS Plastic or Synthetic Rubber?
LeakSeal® is not recommended to be used on ABS Plastic or synthetic rubber. These two substrates have been proven to be extremely difficult to properly accept coatings.
So I wonder if it would adhere to the p10 panel? What are p10 pnels made out of?

brichi
06-05-2018, 08:43 AM
good question....

mikeh65
06-05-2018, 11:10 AM
My P10 panel marquee is set on top of a 2x4 frame. Then the unit is slid into a slightly larger wood frame made from 1x6. Once inside I can center the inner frame. That then leaves me room in front for a sheet of Plexiglas of which I put rubber door jam strips around the inside before I put the glass in. The back is a simple piece of 1/4" plywood that I screw in. I use a couple of long screws to connect the two frames together. This way if I need I can slide the entire inner, panel, frame out for repairs. I then use NeverWet

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-NeverWet-18-oz-NeverWet-Multi-Purpose-Spray-Kit-274232/204216476

on the entire outside of the frame. This keeps the wood water tight. I have used this design for several years on both my old LED marquee and my new P10 panel marquee. I have never had water issues. I can get pics if needed.

Hope this helps.

brichi
06-05-2018, 11:22 AM
awesome thank you, im trying to avoid the frame as of now being its 54 panels and going on the second story window so im doing a frames one then wrapping in clear stuff for now until I find if theres a better way to waterproof the front

jrock64
06-06-2018, 12:39 AM
Have you looked into greenhouse panels.

I have seen 6mm twinwall polycarbonite as large as 6 x 12 feet

Joel

jdesign21
06-06-2018, 08:54 AM
Do you have an pictures?


My P10 panel marquee is set on top of a 2x4 frame. Then the unit is slid into a slightly larger wood frame made from 1x6. Once inside I can center the inner frame. That then leaves me room in front for a sheet of Plexiglas of which I put rubber door jam strips around the inside before I put the glass in. The back is a simple piece of 1/4" plywood that I screw in. I use a couple of long screws to connect the two frames together. This way if I need I can slide the entire inner, panel, frame out for repairs. I then use NeverWet

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-NeverWet-18-oz-NeverWet-Multi-Purpose-Spray-Kit-274232/204216476

on the entire outside of the frame. This keeps the wood water tight. I have used this design for several years on both my old LED marquee and my new P10 panel marquee. I have never had water issues. I can get pics if needed.

Hope this helps.

mikeh65
06-07-2018, 10:37 AM
My marquee is currently in storage. Will try to pull it out this weekend and take pics.