Rubber Mold Release

Benefits of McLube® release agents for rubber compounds include more parts per shift, maximum releases per application, little or no transfer, and improved part quality.

About These Products

McLube® has manufactured rubber release agents and anti-tack coatings for over fifty years. Our consummate line of mold release agents for natural and synthetic rubbers will protect mold surfaces from harmful compounds, dramatically reduce substrate microporosity, and stand up to the most abrasive rubbers for long-lasting release. We offer cost-effective, water and solvent-based release agents to include semi-permanent and sacrificial coatings. McLube® also offers mold release sprays for rubber molding applications. Explore below for more information or contact us today for process assistance and samples.

Details & Benefits


Supported Materials

EPDM, FKM and other fluoroelastomers, Silicone, Nitrile, BUNA, natural rubber, HNBR, Butyl, polychloroprene, SBR, Neoprene and peroxide-cured rubbers, ECO, CPE, re-vulcanized crumb rubber, and others

Supported Processes

Compression molding, Rubber to metal bonding, Injection molding (hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, electrical), extrusion, transfer molding, tire manufacturing, hose manufacturing, and rubber shoe outsole manufacturing.


  • Self-repairing coatings for release of abrasive compounds like FKM
  • Extra slip for deep draws, undercuts, and small sprue openings
  • Minimal buildup on molds and tooling
  • More parts per shift
  • Less downtime and stoppages for cleaning
  • Non-oily, non-transferring semi-permanent options
  • No pin holing and enhanced material flow
  • Prevent rust and corrosion to extend the lifespan of molds and tooling

Consult a local McLube® Technical Representative to find the ideal formula available for your needs. Featured products displayed on this page from time to time are for promotional purposes only and do not represent the full product line McLube® offers for this particular material or application. Product availability, including container sizes, concentrations, and aerosols, will vary by country or region. Names of certain products may also vary slightly (prefix, suffix, etc.) depending on your location without affecting performance.


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