Asphalt and Rubber blocks, commonly known as rubber cement, have long been the standard for fixing rubber clogs, a problem that has been plaguing the construction industry for decades.
Unfortunately, these products are highly toxic and, as such, are often used in conjunction with hazardous materials like pesticides.
Thankfully, a new class of non-toxic and non-hazardous alternatives are now being developed.
The rubber cement gels and blocks are a cheap and effective way to fix a clog, but are not as effective as traditional clogs.
The goal of this article is to share with you a method that can replace rubber cement in a cost-effective way.
The method includes: 1) replacing rubber cement with a non-stick, non-yielding material that is safe to use on concrete; 2) removing the cement from the concrete and re-paving the area where the clog was repaired; and 3) re-coating the area.
The solution to the clogging problem can be found in this article.