Liquid Rubber Geo-Textile


Reinforcing Fabric Liquid Rubber Geo-Textile is composed of stichbonded polyester: one of the strongest material available in the roofing industry. Use Liquid Rubber Seam Tape or Geo-Textile with Liquid Rubber Coatings to build plys, bridge gaps; cracks, joints; seams, vents; skylights and much more.

Customer Reviews

Based on 56 reviews
Theresa Gawron

Liquid Rubber Geo-Textile

John Leung
Great stuff

I decided on Liquid Rubber after searching for a paint/roll on coating. My rear deck was rotting and the plywood underneath the vinyl membrane got so bad that my foot could go through! Trevor called back from LR as I had some questions before placing my order. He was a wealth of knowledge and I was comfortable taking on the job myself. The products arrived within a week I ordered the primer, Geo-Textile and a grey polyurethane final coat.

If you feel this is a scary process....don't worry. Their videos and YouTube resources will tell you everything you need and how to prepare the surfaces before applying the products. VERY straight forward.

I had to wait a week as the westcoast heat wave arrived, then the rains. I tarped the new plywood and started back up yesterday. Just got back in from a second coat of the rubber coating. It will take 4-5 coats as I still see my sheathing underneath but that's fine. I ordered the 5gallon pail and have enough to do 6 coats.

Only thing to be aware of is the tape still shows through. I'm not sure even with 6 coats the rubber coating will make the tape less noticeable. Overall, super simple to use and recommended. Excited to use the deck for the rest of the summer!

Lavern Affleck
Deck coating

I’m only beginning the job, but love the way the product applies and adheres

Laurie Walker
Outstanding Product… I love it

This year I had a huge leak in my RV, coming from the old caulking on the roof. I hired someone to fix it, and after several no shows he just stopped calling me back. I cam across Liquid Rubber Canada products, and knew my solution was there.

John Marshall

Liquid Rubber Geo-Textile


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