The Canadian goose is back in the news after a company sold a clearcoat version of its iconic coat, a Canadian company says.
A company called C-GEO made the coat that was used on a number of Canadian television series such as The Amazing World of Gumball.
C-GWEN has been selling a “stone coat” epoxy coat since late last year.
The epoxy is a mixture of epoxy resin and water.
When the epoxy has dried, the water gets removed and the epoxies the details of the coat.
It is a nice touch, said C-GOEN president and CEO Matt Siegel.
The company has sold about 300 coats, said Siegel, but he doesn’t have any figures for how many of them have been sold.
The Stonecoats epoxy was created to be used in epoxy coating on concrete and steel, and is a very high-quality product, said Peter Gurney, a spokesman for C-GUEN.
“The epoxy itself is very high quality, but it’s also very high in water,” he said.
“It’s made of epoxymethylene, a very strong water-based compound, which is very water resistant.”
Gurny said Cgwen’s coat, which he calls “an awesome looking coat,” is in its second phase of production.
The coat is a combination of epoy and epoxy.
The product has been available in three versions: clear, polished and finished, according to the company’s website.
A C-Goen spokesperson said the epoxide used to make the coat is not a natural product, and has been sourced from “natural sources” and “clean water sources.”
C-GEEO’s epoxy coated the exterior of a couple of cars and a few other parts of the house, and also coated a wall.
But the coat’s durability and ability to hold up to abuse is not known, said Gurneys spokesperson.
“There is no test or standard of performance that the coat can’t withstand,” he added.
“That’s a very important factor, especially with a material that’s such a good quality and durable.”
Gengrey added that C-GAEO has a number on hand for epoxy coats that it has been producing for years, and it will make more.
He also noted that the epoy used to coat the exterior has been tested to withstand temperatures from the “zero degrees Celsius” to 100 degrees Celsius.
The firm will not release how much it spent on the coat, but said it was not a large amount.
Siegel said that Cgwns coat will not be coming back anytime soon.
He said CGAEO is still evaluating the product and will have more information in the next couple of months.
“They are definitely looking into that right now,” he explained.
“We have no comment right now on what the exact costs of that were.”
The story was updated at 11:58 a.m. to clarify that the stone coat is still a stone, not a plastic, product.