|Manufacturer||Swift Response, LLC|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.75 x 4.25 x 4.25 inches|
|Item model number||LFSCLRR32|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||32oz Flex Seal Liquid|
Flex Seal Liquid Rubber in a Can, 32-oz, Clear
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- Flex Seal Liquid is liquid rubber in a can! Now you can brush, roll, dip or pour it on!
- Use anywhere you need a watertight, flexible rubberized coating
- Goes on smooth and covers fast, sealing out water, air and moisture
- Non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-flammable, UV-resistant. Even safe for plants and animals
- Prevents rust and corrosion. Mildew and chemical resistant
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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
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.