Pool Size

  • 12x24 / 800SF
  • 14x28 / 900SF
  • 15x30 / 1000SF
  • 16x32 / 1200SF
  • 18x36 / 1320SF
  • 18x38 / 1400SF
  • 20x40 / 1600SF

Bare Concrete

  • 15 gal
  • 17 gal
  • 19 gal
  • 23 gal
  • 25 gal
  • 26 gal
  • 28 gal

Painted Concrete

  • 10 gal
  • 11 gal
  • 12 gal
  • 14 gal
  • 15 gal
  • 16 gal
  • 17 gal

Your average printer paper is 3.5 to 4mil thick, and the average coat of Dura-Rubber applied is about 3-5 mil with a maximum of 10mil per coat.

*Coverage Per Gallon Dura-Rubber:
5mil = 260sf
10mil =130sf
20mil = 65sf
30mil = 43sf
40mil = 32sf

*No matter how thick of a coat you apply a minimum of two coats is always required.

Primer coverage is 200-300sf per gallon.

Minimum coverages for Dura-Rubber.

Swimming pools and ponds:
    Waterproofing 20mil
    Color Coat 10mil

Concrete floor or patio:
    Waterproofing 20mil
    Color Coat 15mil

    Flat 20-30mil
    Metal 10mil
    Color Coat 5-10mil on metal.
Plywood Aquariums:
    20mil (Minimum)

Most basic applications that do not require heavy durability and water saturation can be applied at about 10mil. Keep in mind the thicker the coat, the more durable it will be.

Suggested Dry Times
    45°F-60°F/50% Relative Humidity – Outdoors – 12 hours per coat
    65°F-75°F – Indoors – 2-3 hours per coat-1-2
    60°F+/50% Relative Humidity - Outdoors – 1-2 hours per coat
    60°F+/50% Relative Humidity - In shade – 2-3 hours per coat

Once dry, the Dura-Rubber can be exposed to light to moderate traffic and water. (Not Submerged in water)

Cure time (This is different from dry time) is 5-7 days Minimum. This is dependent on temperature and humidity Low temperature and or high humidity will extend the cure time. 
(see chart bottom of application page) This is required when submerged in water like a pool or pond and exposed to heavy chemicals.