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Yes, this product will work as a pond liner (over concrete) or to repair cracks. Once fully dried this should not hurt the livestock of the pond. You may want to go to Inflow Solutions website to get some directions for use and info on the product (MSDS sheet) before using it.
Yes, works great over wood
Yes, you can. We also sell a caulk.
Yes, it will work for that. You will get about 12 to 13 years of UV protection. If you want it to be longer, you can add ceramic topcoat over it.
Yes, clean and brush off loose rust if any
Yes, it is flexible when applied and will seal around anything.
It will work and it won't peel off over time. Just make sure you don’t have any dirt or dust before you apply.
If you want it to be a barrier protector like a Rhino - then I would not recommend it.
The MSDS states that suitable steel must be free from scaling. Your best bet would be to call the vendor directly and ask them (1-866-607-6826). I used the product on exterior grade plywood for a shed roof. Since I just painted a horizontal surface on a slight pitch it worked great, however it's quite liquefied, until it dries and it might be difficult to paint an even layer on a cylindrical pipe.
It has 1500% elongation. That means it will expand 15 times the thickness you put down before it breaks. It will recover 90 to 95%.
72 hours under normal humidity. Very dry climate can be sooner.
Yes, you can, thinset can be put directly over the Rubberseal™ after its cured.
Rubberseal™ Roll On (FR-07) would be the best product to use. I would use the black for the first few coats and finish off with the white.
No, it is not suitable for a driveway.
Yes, you can. Gets stronger over time
It’s not a finished product for the surface of the tile. It would be great under the tile to keep the water off the wall board.
Yes, as long as it is clean. Power wash the EPDM and let it dry before applying Rubberseal™. I think you would get a better application going directly on to the plywood.
Yes, you can do both. The only problem will be to use a paint that can take movement. Typically, most paints are fairly rigid and Rubberseal™ is flexible.
Newly coated Rubberseal™ is normally tacky, but as time goes on the tackiness goes away. If you want to get rid of the tackiness quicker, you can use dust or baby powder and put it on the Rubberseal™ and it will get rid of the tackiness.
Yes, we suggest to use the geotextile for the transition between the skylight and the roof. At 80 mils, it would be a minimum of 4 to 5 coats.
Yes, it can be used for bathroom waterproofing.