Liquid rubber is a protective coating and liquid rubber is suitable for many applications on materials.
Have you ever suffered from roof leaks?
Or cracks in foundations or concrete or peeling paint?
Liquid rubber seems to have a solution for this.
Literally translated, this is liquid rubber.
There are so many products that claim to be truly waterproof, but liquid rubber has already proven itself.
Liquid rubber has special properties.
Liquid rubber, especially Vilton Liquid Rubber HB S – 200, has special properties.
It can be called very environmentally friendly, because it contains no VOCs and solvents.
VOCs are volatile organic compounds that have a high vapor pressure at ordinary room temperature.
Liquid rubber is water-based and UV resistant.
In addition, it is acid-resistant and resistant to large temperature changes.
What I personally find a great advantage is that it is easy to process and cost-effective!
You can apply it yourself with a brush or roller and you do not have to call in a roofer in the event of a roof leak.
Application of Liquid rubber HB S – 200.
This liquid rubber is extremely suitable for protecting foundations and other concrete structures.
It is also very suitable for roof repairs, sealing seams on skylights.
In addition, it is very suitable for sealing leaks in joints.
Even if you have seams at ventilation openings, you can also close these seams with this rubber.
You sometimes see a garage under a house where the entrance is usually made of concrete. The sides of the driveway are often concrete edges, where you can use this well, it looks clean and you can clean it easily.
This is also applicable for zinc gutters and roofs.
It really is a quick job: you can do it easily, the product dries very quickly and it is 100% sealing.
I hope you will use this product and enjoy it.
Do you also have a good experience with this solution?
Then leave a comment below this article.
Thanks in advance.
Piet de vries
I'm Joost Nusselder, the founder of Tools Doctor, content marketer, and dad. I love trying out new equipment, and together with my team I've been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with tools & crafting tips.