A/C drain pan surface coating

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Old 05-20-17, 02:36 PM
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A/C drain pan surface coating

Hello all,

My Furnace Drain Pan is rust.

I would like to protect the surface with a product similar as PANCRETE. The pan is of size 36"x36".

Question> Can some one give me suggestion on which other products I can use?
I prefer the product is water-based and self-level b/c some area of the furnace is hard to reach.

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Old 05-20-17, 02:54 PM
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Back again.

I've used and would not hesitate to recommend using FlexSeal.

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Hello PJmax,

Very glad that you read this sub-forum too!

The drain pan is of size 36"x36" and I only need to seal 60% of the area with the coating and the other part is sit with hard-insulation foam.

Since most of the area needed coating is under the furnace and I will not be able to reach with brush. Does this product self-level?

Any difference between this and https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PHNPG90?psc=1 Rubberseal Liquid Rubber Waterproofing and Protective Coating -- Roll On WHITE?

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Does this product self-level? Yes.

This product is also available at some home improvement stores.
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