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Painting asbestos insulation on hot water pipes

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Richard beck says:
November 1, 2008 at 4:40 pm

I have nonfriable asbestos wrap on hot water pipes in my basement. I sprayed it with a thin paint penetrate the material if it had any raw spots, and then painted the asbestos insulation (including the ends) with a thick waterproofing paint I had used on my basement walls. The stuff dried hard as a rock. Then I painted it with the stuff again.

Is this enough?

asked in Asbestos by darekrudy (21,730 points)
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From your description it appears that applied protective coating is more than sufficient, and it seams that you have nothing to worry about at this moment.
answered by darekrudy (21,730 points)