I can water proof five or six 4'x8' tables with one five gallon pail of BlueMax liquid rubber depending on how thick you spread it on and how many coats you apply. I did a thread in the DIY section on my flood and drain tables about 5 or 6 weeks ago, you should have no problem finding it if you do a search.Well thanks shnkrmn, glad to be hear that.
Those are really nice looking tables. How many tables did you get from the 5 gallon bucket. Do you have pictures of the build? Please post them if you do.
Funny think is, I don't have any of those tables now, I am using the ebb and flow buckets. Saves on nutes because you can use less water. We have 4 sets of buckets in flowering and two in vegging plus a few mothers, a few cutting ( not yet rooted). If I had known about the blue max back then I might never have changed.lol VV
9 1/2 year old post but damn that is the shit. You just solved my challengeHey VV...Nice thread, I also make my own DIY flood and drain tables and thought I would pass this along to you and your subscribers. Instead of lining your table(s) with pond liners or plastic, I have been using a liquid rubber called BlueMax made by http://www.amesresearch.com/ It goes on easy with a brush or a paint roller and since it is not petro based it is non-toxic to plants and animals. Its a little pricey for just one table @ $150.00 for a 5 gal pail but it works great. I added a few pics of the tables I built using this stuff. Hope this helps someone.