What does Put the rubber on the road mean?
It means to actually start whatever it is you're about to begin.
"Rubber" refers to your vehicle's tires -- if you put the rubber onto the road, you are rolling your vehicle along the highway and moving along.
This idiom originated from racing - when the rubber hits the road is when the automobile starts moving forward. It means: "when you get to the action", or "when you get busy", "when it gets serious", or it might mean something like "the last word or final outcome of something"... something along those lines, depending on context.
If rubber from worn out tires is left on the road shouldn't you be standing hip deep in rubber by now?
Because it is the best material for traction and wear and comfort of ride to put on cars. Rubber is elastic, so making tires out of it cushions the ride. If a car rode directly on metal wheels, every pebble in the road would be felt directly by the people riding inside. And if it were road on plastic the tire would just be a crumpled mes
A rubber business is a business that deals in rubber. The business may entail the gathering of latex (raw rubber) from the plantations; the processing of the raw rubber; the transport of the baled rubber; and the processing and manufacturing of the finished rubber products - water tap rubber washers to huge tyres for the machines used in quarries and road making. As to where? It is a worldwide business - even on the stock…
you have to coat the fabric first so it can stick with rubber inside mould. for that you have to take a small tank. put some rubber in it. then put m.e.k solution in it and mix it will unless rubber is mixed well in solution . now pain the fabric with the prepared solution. let the fabric dry. now use it with rubber inside mould . it will stick well with rubber inside mould.