Rubberseal Liquid Rubber Waterproofing and Protective Coating — Roll On Reviews

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RubbersealTM Roll On Liquid Rubber is a water based, VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) free, cold applied, seamless rubber membrane specifically designed for protecting and waterproofing various household and industrial items. Offering exceptional chemical resistance, puncture resistance and elongation of 1500%, RubbersealTM is a high-end emulsion that exhibits tremendous bond strengths. RubbersealTM installs easily by roll or trowel, quickly developing excellent film strength. RubbersealTM Roll On provides a sure seal, ideal for a durable waterproof solution in the most demanding service applications.

3 Responses to Rubberseal Liquid Rubber Waterproofing and Protective Coating — Roll On Reviews

  1. C. Schofield says:
    28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product. Used for Vivarium build, February 26, 2014
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    C. Schofield
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    I bought Rubberseal Roll On to coat the inside of a plywood vivarium (48″L x 28″width (depth) x 72″H). I needed water resistant top and sides so coated the top half with 1/32 of an inch (30 mil) and the lower half and bottom with a thicker coat of about 1/16 of an inch (60mil) to get a waterproof seal. I used a roller for the top sides and a brush to coat the corners. A brush will let you lay this on thick. I have some very thick areas on the bottom especially in corners where plywood meets the frame. Be aware this takes at least 72 hrs to dry and not be tacky to the touch and depending on thickness can take longer.

    Other products I used with Rubberseal Roll On:
    I was concerned that silicone will not adhere to the rubber but it worked beautifully. I used GE 100% Silicone I (black). I added cork sheets to the upper walls and coconut coir over the silicone in other areas.

    Great Stuff adhered with no problem also. And once carved and shaped you can use the black silicone to blend it in. I used globs on the walls and used them for plant anchor points.

    Liquid Nails will adhere to the rubber also, but takes a bit for it to get a good grip. you may need to tape things in place till the glue dries.

    Tips:
    you may scratch the rubber off the walls with decor (adding large branches and such) if you are not careful. Silicone can touch up these spots or if you have some RubberSeal left over you can re-touchup as needed.

    Wear gloves as this becomes extremely sticky and buy 3 or 4 cheap paint brushes or rollers for each day you are going to add a coat since the RubberSeal will dry to the brush/roller and make it unusable after a few hours.

    The one gallon can I bought was just enough for this size build. I could have used another quart to really get a thicker coat all around but for my purposes this was enough. Keep in mind I had a large acrylic front door so I didn’t need to coat the front of the viv all that much. If you plan on using it for a plywood aquarium this size you would need 2 gallons or more to get 60 mils+ all over (1/16″+).
    Overall I am very pleased with the product, especially since I used it in an unconventional way.

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  2. CajunSportsman says:
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Went thicker on later coats and I’ve scraped the bottom pretty hard and it holds, January 2, 2015
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    CajunSportsman (Louisiana) –

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    Lining my outdoor fish ponds with this. Approx. 8’x4′. Bought and used 6 buckets for two fountains and is holding water so far. Just takes a lot of coats on the bottom for sure. After 2-3 coats, you could break barrier where there were bumps in the surface from irregular areas beneath. Went thicker on later coats and I’ve scraped the bottom pretty hard and it holds.
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  3. ronald m. says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Four Stars, January 16, 2015
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    ronald m. (Englewood, NJ USA) –

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    Seems to do the job. I water proofed 2 basement walls already, so far no leaks.
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