EPDM Liquid Rubber – Information Centre

Are you planning to use or specify EPDM Liquid Rubber? Interested in becoming a stockist or approved contractor? Curious about the amazing sealing and coating solution that’s been delighting users in North America for decades? To the best of our knowledge, ours is the only true EPDM Liquid rubber available in the world. 

If so, this page should be your first stop for more information about Liquid Rubber EPDM and the exciting possibilities for its use. If you can’t find what you need here, please call us on 0800 6120 750 or email us

When you do, you’ll discover how much we can help you to get the most out of liquid EPDM – and how excited we get about helping you achieve durable, high-performance sealing and coating results first time.

The sooner we talk the sooner you’ll find the EPDM liquid product that’s right for your project – or become a stockist or approved contractors. 

Please call now on 0800 6120 750 or email us

What can you apply liquid EPDM to?

EPDM Liquid Rubber should always be applied to structurally sound materials. Please remember that it’s not a substitute for traditional roofing membranes. To discover which substrates you can (and can’t) re-coat with EPDM Liquid Rubber, please read more here...

Application overview

Do you want guidance on any of the following

  • Choosing the most suitable application method.
  • Applying Liquid Rubber over existing EPDM Rubber roof sheets.
  • Acceptable substrates for applying Liquid Rubber.
  • A brief description of the cure process and material properties.

Read more... 

Applying EPDM Liquid rubber with spray equipment

Discover how to choose the right spray equipment for use with liquid EPDM. You’ll also find information on the following: 

  • Thinning EPDM Liquid Rubber before use.
  • Preparing the surface for spraying.
  • Cleaning your spray equipment after the work.


Coating cast concrete with EPDM Liquid Rubber

Cast concrete is one of a few surfaces that require priming before coating with liquid EPDM. Why is this important? How do you choose the correct primer and prime your cast concrete surface? 

The answers are here