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rubber coating solution.

rubber coating solution.

rubber coating solution.


Dear chemist , I want to ask you for an advice ,there is a possibility to restore rubber surfaces which have Been Scratched or pricked? There is a chemical solution (polymer , coating solution) that would fill these gaps?

Thanks you!

RE: rubber coating solution.

Do you mean natural rubber?

RE: rubber coating solution.


No, it is not natural rubber ,we talk about synthetic rubber.I'm looking for a coating solution.

RE: rubber coating solution.

Those Scratched or pricked on rubber surface is "part after used in application or after molding?".
if it is after molding process then coating solution not work on surface.
if it is after application life then you can grind little bit surface (for roughness) then apply coating and the cure that coating,might work.

RE: rubber coating solution.


Hi all ,

Someone know what solution use this man in movie , thanks.


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