Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck & Dock Coating

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Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck & Dock Coating

Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck & Dock Coating is a brush, roll and spray high-performance, acrylic; elastomeric coating that reduces heat transfer by up to 35% compared to regular paint. The Cool Foot Deck & Dock Coating cures into a durable, seamless; colored waterproof membrane.

Contains no solvents, is non-toxic, VOC-free, and is non-flammable. The cured membrane has excellent solar reflectivity and UV stability.

 

The Next Generation of Innovative Protective Coatings

    • Reduces heat transfer by up to 35%
    • No solvents, non-toxic and VOC-Free
    • UV resistant
    • Seamless traffic grade membrane
    • Easy to apply
    • No tackiness
    • Color options available

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Coverage

  • Apply minimum final thickness of 1 gallon per 40 sq ft (3.7 sq m). It should require around 3-4 heavy coats for your final membrane.  High traffic areas require 1 gallon per 30 sq ft (2.8 sq m). 

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Tips

  • Apply using a roller, brush or high quality paint sprayer to provide a seamless and fully adhered membrane to most substrates.
  • Ensure a clean, dry surface free of dirt, dust and loose flaky paint.  Can be applied over paint or stain
  • Use Liquid Rubber Deck and Patio Cleaner to prep wood and Liquid Rubber Concrete Etch to prep concrete
  • For extra adhesion, performance and longevity and to create a moisture vapor barrier, use 1 heavy coat of Multi-Purpose Primer.
  • Brush products between deck boards
  • Apply above 10C/50F
  • Apply next heavy coat when it's dry to touch, make sure there is no uncured material underneath.
  • Avoid hot, direct, intense sun when applying.  Mornings and Evenings are best if it's blistering hot
  • Avoid contact with solvents and solvent type adhesives
  • Do not combine Black products with Coloured products
  • Curing time depends on temperature, humidity and airflow
  • Apply next coat(s) as soon as possible not allowing extended time between if possible (typically 6-8 hours).
  • Generally you can apply 1-2 coats per day
  • Do not apply later in the day if Dew is forecast

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Application Guideline - Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck Coating
Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck Coating Data Sheet
Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck Coating Safety Data Sheet

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Customer Reviews

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L.R.
Great product

Liquid rubber is a great product. User friendly and great customer service.

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p.l.
Liquid Rubber Deck Paint is Amazing

I love this product. We applied it 4 years ago and just decided to change the color. Applied 3 coats onto the previous layers. It helps with the heat, but on a super hot sunny day it still gets hot. It’s better than the heat when it was just wood.

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j.w.
Cool coat

Great!

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m.p.

Liquid Rubber Cool Foot Deck & Dock Coating

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G.
Cooler JetDock

I bought the white cool foot liquid rubber to paint on the squares of a Jet Dock. The dock is plastic material, black and very hot, burning our feet and bottoms.
I did a test square just to see it it would stick and if it would reduce the heat.
Not only did it stick, the temperature difference had to be 10 degrees cooler!! No more burning feet or butts 😂
Please note, we do not drive our watercraft up on the dock, so I do not know if it would hold up to that type of use. In my opinion it would not.
I thought I looked thoroughly to see if it would stick to plastic but I did not find anything. It would be nice to see that added to the website and instructions for plastic.

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