Rust-Oleum Leak Seal stops leaks immediately
Rust-Oleum Leak Seal is an easy-to-use, rubberized protective utility coating designed to fill and seal leaks and cracks. It provides a water-tight, flexible seal that prevents moisture penetration, rust and corrosion. Leak Seal dries to a semi-smooth, firm finish that will not sag or drip, and can be top-coated with latex or oil-based paints.
This revolutionary new product can be used to repair leaky gutters, roofs, flashing, ductwork, PVC, masonry, concrete and more. Rust-Oleum Leak Seal seals leaks and cracks for a water-tight and paintable finish. Rust-Oleum Leak Seal is available in a range of colours, including transparent.
Find Rust-Oleum Leak Seal on the shelf at your local Builders Warehouse. Whether you are using it on metal or concrete, gutters or ductwork, LeakSeal provides a rubberized protective utility coating, designed for hundreds of uses and numerous surfaces.
LeakSeal is an easy-to-use product, that goes on heavy, and actively builds to fill gaps, small holes and cracks, making it perfect for every toolbox, work shop, maintenance room and contractor van. LeakSeal provides a water-tight, flexible seal that prevents moisture penetration, rust and corrosion.
While LeakSeal creates a water-tight finish, it is not recommended for application on wet surfaces. The moisture will be trapped underneath the coating and could cause corrosion or bubbling of the coating. With a smooth and flexible finish, LeakSeal offers the opportunity to cover over your sealed area to fit the look of the rest of your item or space.
LeakSeal can be top-coated with solvent or water-based paint in typical re-coat times. Stops Rust Formula for Superior Durability: Made with the Rust-Oleum Stops Rust formula, LeakSeal offers a tough, protective finish that resists fading, cracking, chipping and peeling.
How to apply Rust-Oleum Leak Seal
Remove dirt and debris from area to be coated. Cover and mask off areas to avoid overspray, if necessary. Shake can vigorously for one minute after mixing ball begins to rattle. Shake often during use. A test spray on cardboard is recommended to obtain feel for spray pattern. Spray surface in short, even strokes.
Hold can 20 to 30cm from surface. It is recommended to apply a light first coat. The second coat can be applied heavier. Quicker build-up can be achieved by moving nozzle closer in to gap. Initial spray may have some foaming/bubbling on the surface, but will dissipate as coating dries.
For best results, and dependent on gap size, apply at least two coats. Allow to dry 15-30 minutes before coats. Dries to the touch in two hours and cures in 24 hours.
Based on 21°C and 50 percent relative humidity, can be top-coated with latex-based or oil-based paints after 24 hours. Cooler temperatures or higher humidity may increase dry times.
After use, turn can upside down and press spray nozzle until spray is clear to prevent clogging. If valve clogs, twist and pull off spray tip and rinse it in a solvent such as mineral spirits. Do not stick a pin or other objects into the stem.
Wipe tip off before storing. Clean up wet or dry coating with mineral spirits.