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Old 10-11-2011, 07:20 AM   #1
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I see the ad on here and wonder if anyone has tried? I need to repair minor leak in awning and wonder if this stuff would work? Thanks.
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Old 10-13-2011, 04:59 PM   #2
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If you are talkin' about that stuff in a five gallon bucket that you paint on your rubber roof, I can vouch for it. I got some last summer and it works wonders. I had a leak along the front seam that I could not find and I bought the ''kit'' and redid my roof and NO LEAKS NO WHERE now. I highly recommend it for stopping leaks and making your rubber roof look new.

this valuable information will cost you ten cents and you can pay me the next time you see me ........(on the other hand, if it dont work for you...
I NEVER KNEW YOU) .......
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Hey seajay, hope all is well with you and Willa. I'm talking about the stuff in aerosol can that sprays like paint. They advertise on tv all the time. I've noticed they have ad on this site also. Just wondering if anyone has tried and what were the results. My awning is cracking in some places and thought this might be a short term repair. Thanks buddy and tried to behave.
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Here is a couple of questions for you.
Won. You are calling your thingie where u got the leak a ''awning''. Is it a ''room awning'' that covers the roof of a slide out on your coach?
Tow. If it is an ''slide out roof awning'', how old ares it?
Thwee. If it is more than about ate years old, it is shot to heck and not worth the trouble to try to fix.
Flour. If it is your ''over door'' shade awning you pull out and it is much over 8 years old and has been used much, it is probably shot to heck and aint worth the fixing.
Feve. Words of wisdom... This spray stuff will probably ''stick'' to your awning really good but, (and this is a BIG BUT) when you roll up your awning after you think this stuff is dry and the sun hits the awning rolled up, it may ''stick'' to the other side of the awning also and you just might not be able to unroll the awning past the stickie place. (just a thought)
if you use this valuable advise you must pay me ten cents the next time you see me and if it dont work for you....

....I NEVER KNEW YOU.....(but you still owe me ten cents)

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