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Old 04-07-2008, 01:36 PM   #1
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I just posted this somewhere else, but it looked like no one has used it recently as the dates were old...2007. So here is my problem: The roof is fiberglass; in various places through out the home we have found water leaks. I found a product, Eternabond, on line and am wondering if it is anygood. Does anyone have any knowledge of the product? Also, because it was parked a couple of months, the carpet ceiling in the shower has mildew on it. Does anyone know how or if this can be removed? Looking for help. FL Cracker
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Old 04-07-2008, 01:36 PM   #2
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I just posted this somewhere else, but it looked like no one has used it recently as the dates were old...2007. So here is my problem: The roof is fiberglass; in various places through out the home we have found water leaks. I found a product, Eternabond, on line and am wondering if it is anygood. Does anyone have any knowledge of the product? Also, because it was parked a couple of months, the carpet ceiling in the shower has mildew on it. Does anyone know how or if this can be removed? Looking for help. FL Cracker
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Old 04-07-2008, 02:49 PM   #3
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Do a search for the subject of Eternabond. Lots of people have posted information about using it. It seems to be a very good product based on what I have read and I have a friend who has used it and is very happy with the results.
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Old 04-07-2008, 03:36 PM   #4
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I've used Eternabond tape on both of my TT's. One being an aluminum roof, the other rubber. I use it so I do not have to worry about the annual recheck of the caulking used to seal the roof to sidewalls. Excellent product! In fact, I'm awaiting delivery of another shipment to do the roof seams on my moho as I type this message.
For your stains (and mine) I've used woolite oxygenenated spray. Returned the fabric ceiling material to its original white color.

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Ditto what LT46 has said. You will find many folks who have used eternabond and that are very happy with the results. I did my roof seems two years ago and have not had any problems. It is easy with a white roof, but a bit more work with full body paint. Its simply a matter of choice, some like it, some do not.
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