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Old 05-16-2013, 12:03 PM   #15
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Welcome and good luck. Hope you find a solution to your problem...
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:07 PM   #17
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Welcome to a great site, you will get a lot of good information on here from those who have possibly been through exaactly what you are experiencing, it's not really that bad since it's not leaking.
Eterbond is a sealing tape, very pliable and very good. When you get the Dicor lap sealant, be sure and get the SELF LEVELING and do not spread it after you APPLY it, it does it's own thing. Good luck and jump in anytime.
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Thanks. Just wanted to mention that Im really not sure its not leaking, its just not leaking inside. Some say it may be leaking thru the wall and not visible inside. Either way, I have the front covered right now till I figure out what route to take and find the time to deal with it. Thanks for the advice. Sounds like eternabond and or dicor is the way to go. Searched etrrnabond today and looks like it has to be bought on ebay or amazon. About 40 to 50 bucks for a 50ft roll, walmart sells some for 9.99 for a 24in roll which is ridiculous but I need more than that any way. Would you use dicor on the flat seam or eternabond, sounds like dicor is made for flat surface but eternabond sounds like GREAT stuff but I've heard dicor is good too. Still trying to make up my mind. Thanks, David
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Dicor is good, but would probably need to be redone every few years. Eternabond lasts....well....an eternity

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Thanks. Just wanted to mention that Im really not sure its not leaking, its just not leaking inside. Some say it may be leaking thru the wall and not visible inside. Either way, I have the front covered right now till I figure out what route to take and find the time to deal with it. Thanks for the advice. Sounds like eternabond and or dicor is the way to go. Searched etrrnabond today and looks like it has to be bought on ebay or amazon. About 40 to 50 bucks for a 50ft roll, walmart sells some for 9.99 for a 24in roll which is ridiculous but I need more than that any way. Would you use dicor on the flat seam or eternabond, sounds like dicor is made for flat surface but eternabond sounds like GREAT stuff but I've heard dicor is good too. Still trying to make up my mind. Thanks, David
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