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Old 10-12-2010, 04:53 PM   #29
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I don't think that the white liner on the tape is necessary. I had some flake off and it created no ill effect. Similar to hvac tape that you peel off the covering when applying.

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Old 06-07-2011, 10:45 PM   #30
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Works Great

I just repaired a leak on my 2001 Shasta Class C. This leak had been repaired before and was known to me when I purchased the rig last year. It started leaking again in the overcab area-I sealed up where I thought the water was coming in with Eterna bond (which I bought direct)

Spent last week on the road and hit some pretty heavy weather with rain/snow=no leaks anymore.

Eternabond and their customer service is top notch-buy direct, or you might get ripped off-my local dealer in Bozeman wanted 3x the price for what I got direct.

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I have heard a few things like that but the overwelming comment boils down to "They don't call it ETERNAbond for nothing.

But as I said I do hear of a few folks who report bad results, perhaps 1 or 2 percent.

I kind of wonder if they got "Genuine Article" of if they got ripped off at the store with a counterfit.

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