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Alvin Rubber In A Can

Originally published: 10.30.12 by


Alvin Rubber In A Can

 

Alvin Rubber In A Can is a flexible, black, rubberized liquid spray paint that penetrates into cracks and holes to create a leak-proof seal for repairing roofing, flashing, gutters, basement walls, landscape ponds, RVs, trucks, boats, and virtually anything else.

Rubber In A Can is a rubberized liquid coating that can be sprayed anywhere a watertight, leak-proof seal is required, stays flexible, and will not crack, chip or peel. Suitable for use on virtually any rigid surface, this flexible rubber coating flows into openings and is paintable.

Providing a sealant solution for all seasons, Alvin Rubber In A Can withstands temperatures from -20F to 300F and can be applied to wet and dry surfaces. This flexible rubberized coating is easy to apply for a wide range of plant maintenance, construction, and home handyman applications. 

 

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