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Subject: coefficient of friction
Posted by: Mike Stembera
E-mail: m_stembera(at)yahoo(dot)com(no spam)
I am looking for a liquid that would have
the effect of INCREASING the effective
coefficient of friction when applied to a
surface like brick, marble, or concrete.
The viscosity needs to be low enough so
that it can be sprayed w/ a paint gun.
Any liquids I can think of have the
opposite effect of lubricating the surface.
Note that I need it to increase the
coefficient of friction immediately while
it's still liquid. i.e., I don't have
time to wait for it to dry unless it can
do so faster than .001 seconds after
contact. I don't mind doing my own
research but I'm totally new to this so
any pointers on where to look would be
Thanks in advance,
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