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Old 11-09-2010, 12:07 PM   #1
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Question Roof leak

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I have a 2000 Hurricane MH. The roof has started leaking and I am researching repairing it. I beleive that it is an EPDM rubber system. I am considering Liquidroof a paintable two part product against Permabond tape product. Has anyone tried one or both of these products and what are your feelings towards them?

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Old 11-09-2010, 07:48 PM   #2
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Welcome to irv2 Jla60 to irv2.
Here is a thread that may help you if your roof fabric is not to thin and not lifting you maybe able to coat it with a product.
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If you have bigger problems MAYBE THIS WILL HELP.
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I used liquid rubber and loved it.
Click on my blog link under my avatar and go the the last blog entry for my experience with this product.
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I used liquid rubber and loved it.
Click on my blog link under my avatar and go the the last blog entry for my experience with this product.
Ditto
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Roof leak

After some research here and on other sites I have ordered the Eternabond leak repair tape. Up here in the NW the rainy season is well underway. I can find a dry day or look for a covered spot to apply the tape, they say on their web site that the tape can be applied under water. I am thinking that this summer I will apply the Liquid EPDM to the entire roof to protect it.
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Eternabond tape is an excellent product. It will give a very quick durable repair until you are ready to do a more extensive roof restoration.
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And, you can use the Liquid Roof over the top of the tape with no worries.. Sounds like a plan
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Eternabond is definitely good stuff. Had to completely reseal a leaky skylight last year. So far so good.
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