Less Water, Silicone-Based
Many popular lines of liquid rubber are water-based with only 60-63% solids. That means up to 40% of the can is filled with water.
Flex Seal Liquid, on the other hand, is silicone-based with over 95% solids.
The premium ingredients of Flex Seal Liquid produce long-lasting, durable results you know you can trust.
Is Primer Needed?
Some liquid rubber products require you to first apply primer when working with certain surfaces – particularly, EPDM/TPO substrates, PVC, and concrete.
Flex Seal Liquid does not require a primer to get started.
Apply Flex Seal Liquid directly on EPDM/TPO substrates, PVC, concrete, and countless other surfaces. Removing the extra step of priming saves you time, energy, and money.
Since most RV/mobile home/camper roofs are made of EPDM/TPO substrates, RVs have become one of the most popular applications for Flex Seal Liquid. For more info, reference How to Repair RV Roof Leaks with Flex Seal and 5 Ways to Use Flex Seal for RV Maintenance and Repair.
Easy to Apply
Flex Seal Liquid has an exceptional range because it is best applied in temperatures extending all the way from 32°F up to 120°F. Once fully cured, Flex Seal Liquid can even withstand temperatures from -80°F to 350°F.
Some liquid rubber coatings are only designed to work on specific applications. In other words, if your project includes multiple substrates, you may have to buy different liquid rubber products in order to complete the job.
Flex Seal Liquid streamlines this process by offering a single product that works on countless surfaces.
Whether it’s concrete, glass, brick, stucco, masonry, wood, copper, plastic, tile, fabrics, wires, vinyl, fiberglass, ceramic, porcelain, metal, aluminum, natural stones, foam, asphalt, EIFS, TPO, PVC, EPDM, CSPE, Hypalon polyurethanes, and more, Flex Seal Liquid has you covered!