Since this small project is technically sealing the roof. Thought I would add a quick repair job. On our last trip out I had a piece of eternabond tape come off on the front cap. It appeared to be a full failure of the bond to the roof. So a little gorilla tape to finish out the trip then ordering supplies to possibly replace the complete tape on the cap. I was really not ready to replace everything and most appears to be holding up for now.
The cap appeared to be almost an after thought in the application as many short pieces most likely the scraps were used to finish up.
Three pieces in this half alone.
As you can see the adhesive failed in this area completely. But it appears to be better adhered further down. So for now I am just going to repair the one area. More as a trial run to see what the complete roof might be like.
My first thought was to just clean well, prime and put new tape down. But quickly gave up on that. The existing caulk had also failed. I would much rather have both the caulk and eternabond functional just in case. Water in the ceiling and walls will do much damage quickly. There seemed to be 2 points of failure that allowed some water and air under the tape. First was a large drip of existing caulk and the proximity to the large caulk bump at the end. Also appears the surface may not have been properly cleaned before application of the tape. In the image below I removed the caulk to prepare for adding Dicor self leveling.
And caulk added , now just wait for caulk to dry and level out.
Once it dries I will continue cleaning with the Eternabond cleaner, then prime with Eternabond Primer then add tape.