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Old 04-28-2014, 08:23 AM   #1
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RoofMate HT in 1 gallon? If not, what is similar?

I used 2.5 gallons of RoofMate HT ( RoofMate HT High Tensile Elastomeric Roof Coating, WHITE (5G) ) on my father's winnie last summer and it worked great.

Unfortunately I didn't pay enough attention to a few trim spots, I rolled it on and should have hit a few areas/nooks/crannies with a brush or smaller roller.

I went back this weekend to take care of that, and it seems either I didn't seal the 5gal bucket as well as I should have, or it just wasn't meant to be resealed, because the components had separated and I now had a bucket that looked like it was filled with epoxy and a white spongy substance...

I can't seem to locate the stuff in less than 5 gallons, and I don't want that much being as I only have a little to do and I can't seem to store it.

Any ideas? Thanks!

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Old 04-29-2014, 07:02 PM   #2
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mix it up with a paint mixer on a drill.

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Old 04-29-2014, 07:48 PM   #3
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mix it up with a paint mixer on a drill.
Way too thick for that (already tried, would have done even if liquid), I even tried "digging" into it to see if maybe the center/bottom was less dense... was the consistency of a sponge all the way through.

I emailed bestmaterials.com and Bob had this to say:
Regular Roofmate is available in 1G pails:
RoofMate Topcoat Elastomeric Roof Coating, WHITE (1G)
Its similar, -- more elastic, just not as tough.
So I've ordered a gal of that
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