Product Applications

Rubber in a Can Applications


Rubber spray paint now features rubber in a can from Alvin Products.

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Rubber In A Can


            Rubber in a Can is a very simple-to-use, rubberized, all-purpose black coating formulated to fill voids and cracks in a variety of surfaces. The sprayed-on coating provides a water-tight, flexible seal that shields against moisture penetration, corrosion and rust. Rubber in a Can will spray-out as a liquid, flow into the voids and crack and set-up to a semi- smooth, solid finish that will not sag. This product can be top coated with latex or oil based paints.


Top Coating

When sprayed at room temperature (70°F) and 50% relative humidity, Rubber in a Can can be top-coated with latex-based or oil based paints. Please allow Rubber in a Can to fully cure within 24 hours before applying top coat.




  • Stays flexible and pliable
  • Repairs annoying leaks
  • Weather resistant
  • Protects against corrosion
  • Can be top-coated
  • Natural sound deadener
  • Will not chip or peel


Applications and Uses:

            Rubber in a Can can be used on a PVC, concrete, masonry, asphalt roofing materials, vinyl siding, metal, fiberglass, porcelain, galvanized steel and more.


Common Applications:


  • Roofs
  • Gutters
  • Pipes
  • Chimneys




Shake can well before using.  Never bang or strike can hard. For best results make sure container is above 60 F. It is best to apply the product outdoors or in a well ventilated area. Always remove heavy debris and contaminants from intended surface before applying Rubber in a Can. Cover and mask off any areas to ensure no overspray.  Direct and spray onto area or substrate requiring sealing from a distance of 8-18”. A test spray panel may be used to determine what type of spray pattern one is trying to achieve. Fast building of product can be achieved holding the can closer to substrate (The thicker the coating the longer the dry-time).  For best performance always spray in short, even, sweeping strokes. It is always better to apply several light coats rather than one heavy coat. After each use, invert the can and apply a short burst to clear the nozzle. This will prevent any future clogging when using the product at a later time. For best results and dependant of gap or void size, always apply 2 coats. Allow product to dry 20 to 30 minutes between coats. Finished coating will be dry to the touch within 2 hours. Expect the product to be fully cured (if kept at room temperature) within 24 hours.

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