Liquid Rubber FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How is Liquid Rubber applied?


Liquid Rubber can be applied using a brush or roller for best results. Brushes and rollers are available for purchase with our products.

Different grades (thicknesses) of Liquid Rubber can also be ordered for special applications for example with an airless spray gun.

For more specific applications look under DIY tab to find job specific instructions to suit your project.




What colours is Liquid Rubber available in?


Liquid Rubber is available in Black and Grey. We are currently exploring opportunities to expand this range and hope to have more options in the not too distant future.




What does Liquid Rubber adhere to?


Liquid Rubber adheres well to woods, concrete, metals, plastics, and most other surfaces. For optimum results, we recommend roughening non-porous surfaces (such as smooth plastics or tiles) prior to application.




Can I seal my caravan with Liquid Rubber?


Yes, it’s so easy to fix your caravan with Liquid Rubber you just want to make sure you read our caravan guide when its completed to seal it right the first time.




How thick should I paint it?


Although you can paint it thinner, we recommend installing the Liquid Rubber at an average thickness of 2-3 mm overall. Refer to DIY page for a job specific guide Application Information page for more general information.

Joints and any other area identified as being a potential weak point. You can never use to much Geofabric. A good tip is to let layers dry when using a lot of Geofabric.




How much Liquid Rubber per square meter?


Depending on the situation we always recommend to use at least 3 Litres per Square meter or more for waterproofing applications.




Is Liquid Rubber Toxic or harmful?


No, Liquid Rubber is non-toxic and not harmful.

Liquid Rubber contains no VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) that are commonly used in industrial solvents and other rubber lubricants which have been shown to present a significant cancer risk to industrial employees. (DHS, 2017).

Liquid Rubber also possesses a Potable Water Certificate, and is commonly applied to reservoirs and water tanks used to hold and store drinking water.




How do I store leftover product?


As with any kind of paint or solvent, once opened, the shelf life of the product will begin to decrease (generally due to the top layer skinning off). To prolong the life of your product for future application, ensure lid is replaced tightly (sealed well) and store in a cool dry place.




How do I remove Liquid Rubber?


For best removal/clean up advice go to our “Clean up” page here