I practice swimming in a chlorine pool with a Finis Trainer II monofin. The foot section is rubber and the attached fin is fiberglass. With my first monofin the rubber split and cracked. Would this product help protect the rubber section from chlorine, sun, & salt water? If so, how much should be applied & how often? Also, is it toxic to us swimming in the pool water?
Thanx, I'm doing that with my newest fin. I actually spray a mist of vinegar before rinsing with a garden hose located at the pool. I hope this one lasts longer than my first.
I used the silicone to lube the o-ring on my Aeris computer and flashlight housing, and it worked great.
Sorry not sure. It is the basic grease used to lubricate o rings. It isn't that's absorbent.
Perhaps somewhat, but this product is really made to lubricate O rings. It does not provide sun protection and would provide only minimal water proofing. Your best bet to protect your fins is to wash them thoroughly in fresh water after every time you use them... Nothing else much works. Chlorine sucks! Sorry.
No, this product is meant to lubricate o-rings and seals, not whole surfaces. I doubt it is toxic, but am not really sure. It gets sealed inside flashlights and battery cases.
this would not be a good use of this product in my mind, silicon grease is similar to Valvoline in viscosity, it might add some protection from exposure to the chlorine but it's really not meant for that and doubt it would add any sun protection, it's mainly used for O-rings as a lubricant to help them seal. I would find out what kind of rubber your monofin is made out of and look for products that are designed to protect, preserve and maintain it.