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Old 12-03-2012, 09:48 AM   #1
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Eternabond or Sticknbond?

I posted something in response to a Facebook post from IRV2 at the recent RV show. It was from an Eternabond booth. The question I have is regarding the name. I purchased some this year to reseal pretty much everything on my roof. However, when I went to purchase at my local RV store, the package was exactly the same except for the name Sticknbond instead of Eternabond. I called the company and they stated it is the same product, they were just using a new name. The name at their booth still says Eternabond.
So is it the same product or not. Anyone else run into this?
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I used Peel and Seal myself.. Butyl Tape is pretty much Butyl Tape, except in my case I used one with an Aluminum top layer on my Aluminum roof..
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Old 12-03-2012, 03:02 PM   #3
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I'm pretty sure that Eternabond is not just a butyl tape. If you haven't heard of them or used their product, check them out here.
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While googling sticknbond I found this tread on the sticknbond vs eternabond question. Click here to view the thread.
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I found this press release at the sticknbond website. I have also sent an email to eternabond customer service asking to sort it out and I will post the reply here when I receive it.

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Whatever you wanna call it, the fact remains there are at least 4 different brands of the exact same tape. Then there are 'generic' brands also that are sold all day long at construction supply houses. They are ALL the same. Except Eternabond is the absolute most expensive. By FAR. I got MORE 'Peel and Seal' for $14 than you can buy Eternabond at $50.. And Peel and Seal is thicker and stickier.
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Here is Eternabond's reply. Very prompt reply. I hope this helps anyone with the same question I had.
Steven,

We appreciate your interest in Eternabond.

Sticknbond is the same product as Eternabondís RoofSeal white, we private label this product for Leisure Time. Same material just different wrapping.

Sincerely,

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