|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.4 x 3.4 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||LFSCLRR16|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||16oz Flex Seal Liquid|
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- Pour, Brush Or Roll On With Roller
- Non-Toxic, Easy To Use
- Seeps Into Cracks & Holes, Seals Out Water
- Lasts For Years, Stays Flexible & Pliable
- Will Not Sag Or Drip In Summer Heat, Will Not Crack Or Peel In Winter Cold
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FLEX SEAL LIQUID is a patent pending, proprietary formulation that starts out as a thick liquid and dries to a super strong, flexible, watertight rubberized coating. FLEX SEAL LIQUID can be brushed, rolled, dipped or poured to create a high performance protective rubber barrier that blocks out air, water and moisture on a variety of surfaces and objects. Once cured, FLEX SEAL LIQUID forms a durable, breathable, weatherproof, non slip barrier that's resistant to rain, snow, sun, wind, hail, air, moisture, UV degradation, extreme temperatures and natural weathering. DIRECTIONS: Stir can well, do not shake. Make sure the surface is clean, dry and doesn't have grease, oil and dirt on it. For better adhesion, scuff surface with sand paper or steel wool. Coverage will vary depending on amounts of coats used. 1 Large 16 ounce - approx. 20Sq. Ft., 1 Jumbo 32 ounce - approx. 40Sq. Ft., 1 Gallon can - approx. 150Sq. Ft., Brush or roll FLEX SEAL LIQUID using an even sweeping motion. Apply several even coats until the surface has been completely covered and ALL cracks and holes have been filled. Allow FLEX SEAL LIQUID to dry 24 to 48 hours and apply additional coats as needed. Always brush or roll over a larger area than just where the leak occurred. Dip object directly into the FLEX SEAL LIQUID make a slight swirling motion. Once the surface has been coated, remove and let any excess drip back into the can. Hang or clip the object in the same vertical position as it came out of the can and let dry. Pour FLEX SEAL LIQUID directly on the surface allowing gravity to take FLEX SEAL LIQUID into cracks, holes and hard to reach areas. Continue to pour until the surface has been covered and all cracks and holes have been completely filled.
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I have painted window sills, that my gutters are back dripping onto, it repels the water & keep the wood from rotting. I have sealed gutter seams that were leaking. I painted the inside of a metal trash can that I am using as a Faraday cage to protect my electronics. I figured a layer of rubber would definitely help break the conductivity & keep things safer inside.
It does have a VERY strong odor, it took me several days to air out the can I am using for my electronics. Once it is completely dry, it does start to fade, but not completely.
Having this around to use & being able to apply as much, or little as I want, is why I got this in a gallon size. You just never know when you are going to need it & when you suddenly do need it, it is nice to have more than a cans worth, which can run out pretty fast when there is actually a situation that needs tending to in a hurry! The fact that it is clear is also a bonus, it works with what ever color your using it on.
Edit: Flex Seal has reached out to me to try and resolve this issue, i greatly appriciate a company that stands behind there product. I will update soon.
After repairing the bubbling and applying the second coat i noticed it applies much further when doing a second coat than your first coat on a rough surface. Moving rocks into the pond caused a fair amount of damage to the sealant surface as it seems to be fairly that of a silicone like substance. After testing with water and time, i feel the concrete may have absorbed the product a bit helping these flaws. I have some patching to do but am concerned that since i was not able to close the container due to the packaging crimps i may have lost my other half gallon.
***When it dries, if water is placed on top of flex seal, you will get an EXTREMELY slippery surface.
(Like a cartoon banana peel).*** Be extremely careful if walking on when wet. But on the other hand it could probably make the worlds best waterslide lol