Dyes-Paints : RUBBERBOND (Rubber Dye)
Our Standard colors
• How To Apply
Color for Hypalon, rubberized substrates (ie: rubberized non slip rubber flooring as well as hypalon and other inflatable boats)
This unique product will now let you recolor rubber surfaces where it was not possible before. Rubberbond is being used to recolor rubber playground surfaces, rubber roofs on new and old homes, urethane coated nylon material, rubber doors, inflatable boats and much more. This versatile product is abrasion resistant and will not peel, crack or flake off.
Make sure you apply Plastic care 707 sealer and conditioner before deflating hypalon or other inflatable boat for storage.
- Non toxic
- Single pack
- Chemically bonds to Hypalon and other rubber substrates easily
- UV stable
- Abrasion resistant
- Will not crack, peel or flake
- Flexes with substrate so a boat can be deflated and dry stored in winter without problems
Not recommended for vinyl or plastic surfaces.
We can mix and match almost any color you
need. Special color matching is available in aerosols, quarts, gallons, 5
gallon pails and 50 gallon drums. If the color you want is not on the RAL color
chart you can send us a sample of the color and we will match it for you.
If you want a special color match in
aerosols and it is not one of the 14 standard colors we have on the chart below
then the minimum quantity is 6 aerosols per color.
Please specify your desired RAL color number in
the Comment/Delivery section when you check out or indicate if you are
sending a sample.
I sprayed the rubber dye on the 50 year old Austin Healey mat yesterday, used the gravity feed. It came out beautiful. When I used a sponge on the reverse side, to test the product, I thought that looked satisfactory, but I`m very pleased and surprised with the results by paint gun, perfect, like it came back from the factory. Thanks for the help,
4. ALSI 12
Conditions of Use