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Old 12-07-2012, 12:41 PM   #1
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Dicor Tape same as Eternabond ?

I'm ready to start replacing a skylight, the local camping world does not carry Eternabond tape, but they have a Dicor product, Diseal tape. Is that a good thing, or should I look elsewhere for Eternabond tape ?
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:24 PM   #2
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I got my eternabond online at Amazon.com. Really good prices and fast shipping
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:33 PM   #3
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I got my eternabond online at Amazon.com. Really good prices and fast shipping
Ah yes.. Thankyou. I should have thought of that. I'll go look. (just got a shipment from amazon today...) Thanks again.
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I'm ready to start replacing a skylight, the local camping world does not carry Eternabond tape, but they have a Dicor product, Diseal tape. Is that a good thing, or should I look elsewhere for Eternabond tape ?
Dont know about Diseal but ABC Roofing company carries Mule hide brand and its definitely repackaged Eternabond.

http://www.abccatalog.com/searchexec.asp
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We just redid our roof with the Dicor tape. The guy at Camping World assured us it was as good as Eternabond (of course he would). It went on pretty easy, and so far so good. We have had some rain here with no leaks.
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I wouldn't use anything but Eternabond. I KNOW it works and have no experience with all the others. Why take a chance when it's just a click away !!!
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I wouldn't use anything but Eternabond. I KNOW it works and have no experience with all the others. Why take a chance when it's just a click away !!!
because its repackaged under other brands too... many times for a cheaper price.
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I am sure you are right about the repackaged Eternabond and there is one that comes in the same box but with different name, which I would use.
I have done lots of repairs using Eternabond and never had a comeback. To me that's worth a bunch.
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I've ordered Eternabond tape from amazon... Hard to justify the price of tape, compared to the skylight, BUT after reading all the threads here, I feel certain I won't have to worry about leaks . Thanks everybody.
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I am sure you are right about the repackaged Eternabond and there is one that comes in the same box but with different name, which I would use.
I have done lots of repairs using Eternabond and never had a comeback. To me that's worth a bunch.
I know for a fact Mulehide is repackaged Eternabond. Never inquired about Dicor but I suspect not.
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