If your exterior walls and roofs have cracks in it, it can lead to numerous problems. The most noticeable is the leak than can form from a crack. As rain seeps into the crack, it can eventually drizzle through your ceiling and into the floor below. You need to fix your exterior walls/roofs immediately. The good news is that it is fairly simple to repair a crack in no time. Rust-Oleum Neoprene Rubber Flashing Cement is a synthetic rubber based sealant for fixing and repairing a wide range of surfaces. This cement can be used for repairing all kinds of metal roof and trailers, modified bitumen, TPO surfaces, flashing, asphalt, Knyar, asphalt, and built-up roofing.
Features of Rust-Oleum Neoprene Rubber Flashing Cement
- Excellent adhesion either on wet or dry surfaces.
- Suitable for caulking termination bars, metals, and fasteners.
- Perfect for vertical repairs.
- Resistance to sag.
NOTE: For best results, clean the surface before application.
How to Use Rust-Oleum Roofing Neoprene Rubber Flashing Cement
Surface Preparation: All surfaces must be clean, sound and free from dirt, grease, oil, mold, algae, loose granules, loose gravel, loose paint, rust, excess chalk and other foreign matter which could prevent proper adhesion.
Application: Place cartridge in a cradle type caulking gun. Cut tip and puncture seal in spout. Squeeze trigger slowly. Apply Â¼- Â½â€ bead of sealant to areas that are to be sealed.
Properties of Rust-Oleum Neoprene Rubber Flashing Cement
|Practical Coverage at Recommended DFT
(assumes 15% material loss)
|Approximately 25 linear feet depending on
ambient temperature and surface conditions
|Shelf Life||1 year|
|Flash Point||103ÂºF (39ÂºC)|
|Flash Point||>200Â°F (93Â°C)|
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