Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat
Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat is an instantly waterproof, smooth liquid finish for roofs, non-walkable terraces, gutters, ridge-pieces, chimney stacks, pipes, etc. It seals small leaks quickly and simply, even in bad weather! It is a thick, smooth waterproof paint for the immediate renovation and waterproofing of roofs providing a seamless finish that can be applied by brush, roller or spray.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat is an instantly waterproof, smooth liquid finish for flat and pitched roofs, non-walkable terraces, gutters, ridge-pieces, chimney stacks, pipes, etc. Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat seals small leaks quickly and simply, even in bad weather! It is a thick, smooth waterproof paint for the immediate renovation and waterproofing of roofs providing a smooth, seamless finish that can be applied by brush, roller or airless spray.
Features & Benefits
- Immediate waterproofing against leaks
- Can be applied in all weather conditions
- 1300% elastic
- Bitumen-free formula
- Excellent adhesion to bituminous substrates, metal, hard PVC, polyester, glass and more.
- Good resistance to all weather conditions including acid rain
- Easy to apply with a roller, brush, floor squeegee or spatula
- Can be over coated with Rust-Oleum Mathys Dacfill Waterproofing, Rust-Oleum Mathys Coating PRT, Rust-Oleum Mathys Dac Hydro Alu, Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde and more.
- Also available as fibres reinforced version (Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat Fibres)
Remove dust, mud, grease, moss and withered leaves carefully. The spots to be repaired are cleaned with a hard broom and sponged. After cleaning, Rust-Oleum Fillcoat can be applied directly on bituminous substrates, hard PVC, polyester, zinc, aluminium, glass, tiles, etc. Porous materials (concrete, stone, wood) must first be dried and pre-treated with a coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Primer 44 HS. In case of repeatedly repaired spots, important or active cracks, Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat is to be reinforced with Rust-Oleum Mathys Dacfill Fleece: apply a coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat (at a rate of 1 litre per m²), unroll Rust-Oleum Mathys Dacfill Fleece in it and cover it immediately with another coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat.
Directions for Use
To ensure homogeneity, coating materials should be thoroughly stirred prior to use.
Application & Thinning
- Brush: Do not dilute.
- Roller: Do not dilute.
- Air-atomised spray: Not recommended.
- Airless spray: Do not dilute. Nozzle: 18 - 23 / Pressure: 220 bars.
- Cleanup: Rust-Oleum Thinner 22 or White Spirit.
Can be applied during all weather conditions, except for snow.
- Adhesion primer on Rust-Oleum Mathys Dac Hydro Alu.
- Never apply Rust-Oleum Fillcoat to polystyrene insulation or onto new concrete (concrete should be at least 2 years old).
- Do not apply Rust-Oleum Fillcoat as priming coat under Rust-Oleum Mathys Dac Hydro Alu.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||0.5 - 1m² per litre|
|Touch Dry||4 Hours|
|Application||Brush, Roller, Spray|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Robert on 17/05/2018|
I have a garage with a corrugated asbestos roof. It's old and has a few hairline cracks that allow water in during bad weather. Would Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat be suitable for making this roof more waterproof, or would you recommend something else?
Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat would be OK for this, after cleaning, porous materials (such as asbestos) must first be dried and pre-treated with a coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Primer 44 HS. In case of repeatedly repaired spots, important or active cracks, Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat is to be reinforced with Rust-Oleum Mathys Dacfill Fleece: apply a coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat (at a rate of 1 litre per m²), unroll Rust-Oleum Mathys Dacfill Fleece in it and cover it immediately with another coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat.
|Peter Evetts on 03/02/2018|
We own a camper van. The model has a history of leaks from the corrugated metal roof.There are roof bars mounted in the rain channel and is prone to leaking. There are also 3 roof lights that have been sealed with silicone and these can also cause leaks. To mitigate any leaks I want to paint the roof in an attempt to head off any problems.Would this paint be suitable for this purpose? The roof is in a silver finish.Is this paint available in this colour?
Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat would be a good option for this duty. However, it is a paint and therefore can’t repair the structural fault that is already present even after attempts to repair with sealants. As silicon is advised as being present, the Fillcoat, like all paints, will not adhere to that.
|tom leslie on 15/04/2017|
Question: hi, need a solution to pin holed fibreglass roof leaking.
would this filcoat be suitable as a permanent repair.
does it dry hard or remain tacky? will need to cover 28sq metres,so can you do me trade price? in the event that its suitable.thanks.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Fillcoat would be suitable for this application and for 28m² you would require a minimum of 30 litres. The product does dry hard but remains flexible not tacky.
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