The most important of the chlorinated resins used by the paint industry is chlorinated rubber. The product frequently used as a solvent solution contains about 65% chlorine. Films form by evaporation of solvent and these generally have outstanding resistance to weathering, to many chemicals including acids, alkalis, oxidizing agents, and to both fresh and sea water. Chlorinated rubber paints, accordingly, are used for many maintenance situations including swimming pools, masonry and steel surfaces in manufacturing plants, and in a variety of other applications where resistance, protection and long life are important.
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