Henry 547 Unipro Univ 3Lb-ctn

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Product Details

The Henry 3 lb. Unipro Patch and Skimcoat is a versatile universal underlay compound that may be used as a patch, an underlayment or an embossing leveler prior to installation of permanent flooring and may be used on wood, metal or existing floors. For patching and repairing of substrate surfaces prior to installation of flooring. The non sand formula trowels easy for a smooth finish.

Specifications

  • Assembled Depth (in.) : 4.56 in
  • Assembled Height (in.) : 3.72 in
  • Assembled Width (in.) : 5.52 in
  • Color Family : Grays
  • Commercial/Residential : Commercial/Residential
  • Depth (in) : 4.56 in
  • Height (in) : 3.72 in
  • Indoor/Outdoor : Indoor
  • Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
  • Item Weight : 3 lb
  • Manufacturer Warranty : 10 Year Limited
  • Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.) : 5
  • Product Weight (lb.) : 3
  • Width (in) : 5.52 in

Reviews (2)

  • sdj418
    2 years, 5 months ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    I purchased two of the 3 lb boxes to use to patch/skimcoat a bathroom floor (total of 40 sq. ft.). Following the directions to the letter, I added the powder to a gallon of water, and mixed using a drill mixing paddle. After reading the directions, I was nervous about the speed that the product would set...however, after mixing for 10 minutes...waiting...mixing some more, DOUBLING the powder (using the entire second box), mixing, waiting, and then at the end of 45 minutes (30 minutes after it was supposed to have set), I had nothing but GRAY WATER! I let it sit in the bucket another 30 minutes, but still nothing but gray water. Nothing I could 'trowel', and if I had poured it on the floor I would have had a horrible mess. Very unimpressed--unless I just had a bad batch, this stuff is worthless!

  • mltsept
    4 years ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    If you use this product, you better use a mechanical mixer.I tried it by hand and it lumped badly.Also, if your using it on larger spots you better hurry.It drys very quicklyI used 10 pounds with two quarts of the additive and it was very thick.If I used it again, I wouldn't add all of the powder for a thinner mix.The only good thing, if it's mixed correctly, it drys fast.