Hecht Rubber Pond Coatings

100% all-natural neoprene

Eliminates the problems associated with new pond construction.

Provides a completely inert environment for fish.

Non-abrasive, very smooth surface.

Long lasting & will not peel or deteriorate.

Works with block, brick & concrete.

Safer environment for fish & aquatic plants.

Instant & complete pH balance & pond stabilization.

Durable Neoprene rubber.

Economical, Environmentally safe & cures fast.

Easy to apply, can be brushed, rolled or sprayed.

Leak proofs pond & filter.

4 Colors: Black, Grey, White & Clear.

Professional results every time.

Prevents alkali leach.

Is used to prepare the surface to ensure a firm bond. Always recommended. Soap and water clean-up. Covers 100 to 150 square feet per gallon.

Neoprene Rubber Coating is an excellent finish to cover cement blocks to be used in the pond, stop leaks in concrete waterfalls, or cover concrete or block or other masonry type ponds.

One coat of primer and three coats or liquid rubber are recommended for complete sealing of surface. Water may be added as early as 24 hours after last coat has dried. Fish can be added 72 hours later. (We still recommended that a normal pond establishment period pass after stocking with plants before putting in fish) Each gallon of coating covers approximately 100 to 150 square feet for the three coats needed.
Primer is used to prepare the surface to ensure a firm bond. Always recommended. Soap and water clean-up. Covers 100 to 150+ square feet per gallon.

Thinner-Cleaner is used to keep liquid rubber workable and brushes clean. Needed for Black Rubber only.

Neoprene Rubber Coating is an excellent finish to cover cement blocks to be used in the pond, stop leaks in concrete waterfalls, or cover concrete or block or other masonry type ponds. One coat of primer and three coats or liquid rubber are recommended for complete sealing of surface. Water may be added as early as 24 hours after last coat has dried. Fish can be added 72 hours later. (We still recommended that a normal pond establishment period pass after stocking with plants before putting in fish) Each gallon of coating covers approximately 100 to 150 square feet for the three coats needed.

FOR BEST RESULTS, FOLLOW THESE STEPS:

STEP 1: Clean the pond surface with Herco Cleaner/ Thinner. Cleaner will dissipate completely in the air.
STEP 2: Apply one coat of Herco Primer on entire surface. Let completely dry.
STEP 3: Apply three coats of Herco Neoprene coating. Once the surface is clean and com- pletely dry, apply the first coat of Herco coating. Part of the first coat may be absorbed into the porous surface of the concrete. This is to be expected. Allow 45 minutes to 1 hour to dry. Add the second and third coats allowing each to dry completely before proceeding to step 4.
STEP 4: Once the final coat has dried, allow the rubber to cure for at least 24 hours before adding water to the pond. After 72 hours, you may add your fish to the pond.
Upon completion of these 4 steps, you will have a long lasting liner that is inert, non-abrasive, and consequently, a safer environment for your fish.

Description

Coverage

Size

Black Herco

20-25 SQ. FT.

1 Quart

Black Herco

80-100 SQ. FT.

1 Gallon

Black Herco

400-500 SQ. FT.

5 Gallon

Grey Herco

20-25 SQ. FT

1 Quart

Grey Herco

80-100 SQ. FT.

1 Gallon

White Herco

20-25 SQ. FT

1 Quart

White Herco

80-100 SQ. FT.

1 Gallon

ClearHerco

20-25 SQ. FT

1 Quart

Clear Herco

80-100 SQ. FT.

1 Gallon

Primer Herco

25-40 SQ. FT.

1 Quart

Thinner/Cleaner

1 Quart and 1 Gallon

Crack Filler

12 OZ. Tube

Cannot be air shipped
No Overnight, 2nd or 3rd Day Air