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Old 11-15-2013, 09:23 PM   #1
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Eternabond Cleaned it up

Washed the roof and sealed the roof with Eternabond tape. First time to do this project. i was very impressed with the Eternabond tape. It covered the seals very well as some of the items up there. Sticky stuff! Trying to learn how to attach photo's. Hopefully they are attached
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Nope, no photos! Love the eternabond also.
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Only drawback I have noticed is the edges of the tape attract "Crud".

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Only drawback I have noticed is the edges of the tape attract "Crud".

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Run a small bead of RV caulk along the edges and no dirt.

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Ahhh! soon as I get the old crud off of my roof am hoping it to look like that!
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Nice job! Silly perhaps but I round the corners for a more finished look.
And as TX suggested, a bead of caulking along exposed edges will keep it from attracting dirt.
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The Eternabond video library is helpful to have handy. The key to a good job is to use the Eternabond cleaner/bonding agent first. Place the tape correctly the first time, you don't get a second chance.
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The Eternabond video library is helpful to have handy. The key to a good job is to use the Eternabond cleaner/bonding agent first. Place the tape correctly the first time, you don't get a second chance.
My bad, I forgot to include the hot link: EternaBond Video Library
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