Cromar Rubbercoat Waterproof Roofing Coating
Rubbercoat is a brush, roll -on and sprayable high -performance coating that can be
applied over many existing surfaces including concrete, wood, brick, metal… which forms a durable, seamless, waterproof membrane.
RUBBER COAT contains no solvents, is non -flammable and not affected by sunlight. RUBBER COAT is an all-purpose product used on your most difficult waterproofing projects.
Designed for use on stationary concrete, masonry, metal and wood surfaces. For interior applications over concrete, masonry, tile, wood and drywall.
Easy roller or brush application Pre-mixed and ready to apply Simple application Ability to waterproof different contours. Water-based, user friendly and environmentally safe No VOCs or solvents.
Rubbercoat is generally applied using a roller, paint brush or hydraulic piston sprayer.
Surface must be clean and dry, stable and free from spalling, efflorescence, dust, dirt, oils, surface flaking, poorly bonded or glossy paint, sealers, salts and other contaminates which may affect adhesion and product performance.
Ambient temperatures should not be less than 5º C, and should not exceed 35º C during application and for a continuous period of at least 24 hours after application. Avoid hot, direct sunlight. Do not apply over coal tar, avoid solvents and solvent type adhesives.
Applying product too thick - May cause cracking and skinning over uncured product. Inadequate surface preparation – May cause adhesion issues. Applying over saturated materials – May cause blisters from water vapours. More product can always be applied on itself. Better to do more coats to build thickness then 1 thick coat.
Wear disposable gloves to help with clean up. Cover or leave brush in pail to avoid air curing the product if you want to use again.
In case of contact with eyes, flood eyes repeatedly with potable water and call a physician. DO NOT RUB EYES Wash hands thoroughly after handling. Do not take ingest. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Keep container closed. Do not use in the presence of unprotected food items. Keep product from freezing. Dispose of unused material in accordance with local, provincial and federal guidelines.