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FAQ

What colors are available for this product?

Safety Yellow, Red, Brick Red, Blue, Green, Dark Gray, White
Custom colors also available!

Do you have installation demonstrations and/or training?

Yes, you can view a standard installation on our site. One-On-One training is provided with the purchase of a training kit. We also offer telephone technical support (772-919-4949 x 502).

What surfaces can Liquidomes be applied to?

The Liquidomes product has been approved to be installed on asphalt, pavers, chatahootchee and concrete (new and previously stamped). At the discretion of the installer, new concrete should cure for 14-27 days before installing the Liquidomes Product.

How is the Liquidomes Product sold?

The Liquidomes product is offered as a Contractor Kit which covers approximately 125 square feet. You can place your order by simply calling our toll free number (1-866-666-1883). With Liquidomes, there is no long term commitment, no franchising or licensing requirements. We offer a quality product with no strings attached!

During a recent application of my Liquidomes Kit my inspector informed me that I would have to increase the area of my Detectable Warning. I had just pulled my mat template and was waiting for the Domes to cure. Do I have to scrape off everything and start over?

No, during any phase of installation or even after the ramp has cured, you can easily add to the area of the ramp. Because the “Liquid” in Liquidomes not only bonds to the substrate, but also bonds to itself. A seamless addition to any area is a very easy remedy to this problem.

What would happen if during the installation process some sand, dirt or leaves were to blow onto the wet uncured Detectable Warning Area?

Because The Liquidomes System is custom poured on site, dealing with the surrounding environment is part of the job. Always try to minimize obstacles by clearing the area of sand and debris prior to starting the job. Working obstacles such as sand and leaves are common to blow into the work area. If this happens do not panic, let the ramp dry WITH the debris on the ramp and once the ramp is cured, remove the debris by hand. If leaves have dried into the domes, trim them to the contour of the dome. This will fuse with the final top coat and will not harm the integrity of the ramp.

Do I really need to clean out my mixing buckets between each step?

Yes! Mixing buckets will have residual material that has been catalyzed. Once the Powdered Catalyst Reacting Agent has been added to the Liquidomes material, the curing process has begun. By not cleaning out your buckets, you will risk over catalyzing anything else put in that bucket which could reduce bond strength and create product clumping. It is very easy to clean out your bucket; simply discard any excess material, wipe bucket with a cloth soaked in Lacquer Thinner and let dry.

I had some excess mixed Liquidomes material after I finished pouring my mat template and I do not want to waste it. Can I put it back into my Base Material Bucket?

No, mixed material has been catalyzed, meaning the curing process has begun. If the mixture is put back into the Base Material Bucket, the curing process will begin, the bucket will dry and be unusable. Following mixing amounts and processes will ensure that you will obtain the maximum amount of square foot coverage. The Liquidomes Chemists have pre calculated waste material amounts into every kit so it will be common to have some waste material, just discard it accordingly. Also following the Liquidomes recommendation on keeping and organized work station will help prevent any unwanted material contamination.

I think I could save some money by reusing the mat template, how do I go about cleaning one so I can get several uses out of it?

You Don’t! Liquidomes Researchers concluded that a fresh disposable Mat Template will give you the best results. The Liquidomes product will absorb into the mat template which causes distortion. If used again, it will render miss-shaped domes and uneven rows. Learn from our years of testing, always use a new fresh mat template to ensure perfect truncated domes.

Last week I installed a Liquidomes Detectable Warning. This location is constantly being driven over. I am impressed that none of the domes are missing but the area does have black tire marks on it. Will I have to re-topcoat this ramp?

No, when the Liquidomes product is fully cured, a quick wipe down with a Lacquer Thinner soaked rag will clean virtually remove any blemishes off of the ramp. Tire marks, tree sap and bubble gum can all be easily removed and will refresh the look of the ramp.

I have a real challenge. I was asked to retrofit a concrete sidewalk corner with a Detectable Warning. After laying out the area for the Detectable Warning, it appears that it will be a “J” shaped radius. I’ve seen corners with other types of Detectable Warnings attempting to do this and it looks like a complete mess! I don’t want to have to make cuts, drill holes and caulk the seams. How does your product make radius projects simple?

Liquidomes specializes in custom shapes and sizes. Our mat template system will accommodate every possible configuration. Our easy installation process will produce a long lasting Detectable Warning that is seamless and the truncated domes will be in the correct direction of travel on virtually any substrate.

I’ve been installing Detectable Warnings for years and my biggest complaint is the tripping hazard created by the transition from the substrate to the Detectable Warning area. It seems impossible to create a proper recess for the “mat” to fit in and retrofit areas pose an even bigger challenge. How is Liquidomes going to remedy this challenge?

Unlike the majority of Detectable Warning products on the market today, Liquidomes is a surface applied Detectable Warning. The transition is only as thick as a streak of paint, meaning virtually unnoticeable to the touch or step. And for existing situations the product can be applied thicker to fill in and voids that would create tripping hazards.