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Old 05-17-2012, 03:23 PM   #1
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Hope I did it right. Cleaned it good...roughed it up and then rolled it on good. I found just a tiny hole on the edge of the roof when I was taking my Rv cover off. I know it wasn't there before.... And there's a few small but large enough to puncture..tree branches on the ground next to my camper.
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Looks good to me. I have used Eternabond on several RVs all with good success.
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That should do the trick !!!! The stuff is amazing.
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Old 05-18-2012, 12:08 PM   #4
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Thanks for the reassurance..... Is the white backing supposed to stay on or is that peeled off after?? The clear part came off to make it stick... I'm sure it's supposed to stay but just wanted to make sure...
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The clear backing is the only part that is removed...the white is the finished side. I've always used a small bead of Dicor lap sealant to seal the edge of the patch, it just ensures the edges don't get 'bothered' by weather or washing. But the stuff does stick!
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The clear backing is the only part that is removed...the white is the finished side. I've always used a small bead of Dicor lap sealant to seal the edge of the patch, it just ensures the edges don't get 'bothered' by weather or washing. But the stuff does stick!
I agree with the Dicor 100%
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Always amazes me that a tape made to stick to roofs 'for ten or more years' needs Dicor on the edges...
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Well I climbed up on the roof today and checked it out and it's good to go! Stuck like glue!! I gently "tested" the edges and it was STUCK. Thanks for the help all!
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