1. What is the difference the regular and heavy rubber crumb? Well the liner textures when sprayed even without any rubber additive. The fine is used 95% of the time because the appearance is much better. If you want the heavy crumb, it is great for Industrial, Commercial or Farm use. Very aggresive texture. All the pictures in the gallery are the fine rubber except the blue industrial equipment pictures and they are marked Heavy .
2. How about reorders? We have several businesses doing these on the side, we will be around. You can always inquiry at email@example.com .
3. Where can you ship? Only where UPS Ground goes. NO Hawaii, NO CANADA, No Alaska. Other customers have arranged their own transportation from a U.S. Port.
Please be patient, we ship 75% of all orders with in 3 business days, all orders are shipped within 5 business days. OUR BUSINESS IS BOOMING, Allow UPS 5 business days to deliver via ground. After 10 BUSINESS days you can ask us for tracking information. If you need it faster, please ask before ordering. Thank You
4. How do I choose the rubber? All rubber is black. It will darken your colored liners, usually blue , maroon, gray, green it is fine. You add it in seperately until it is dark enough for you. The fine rubber is like powdered sugar, very fine. The rubber crumb adds a heavy texture to your coating. Hard on the feet, but great for those farm or commercial trucks.
5. Do we have pure white? Yes our pure white stays pure white without a topcoat! We also sell a very light gray, tan and light blue.
6. What other colors do you offer? Camo green, brown and desert tan are popular. You can request anything - we
have even done PINK! BUT - Please order enough for the job, special colors
are hard to duplicate.
8. Can I spray this over bare steel? Yes, this product will adhere to bare steel, painted surfaces, fiberglass, aluminum, plastic and Wood, as long as it is NOT WET PRESSURE TREATED, weathered pressure treated is okay. Just read directions for proper preparation. Though we have great adhesion to unprimed metals, a good epoxy primer never hurts!
9. What is the coverage?
Figure 60-75 sq ft per gallon and a half kit. More for black and less for
colors, especially bright colors or white.