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Old 04-30-2016, 05:17 PM   #1
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Will Eternabond adhere to my Class C back wall??

I have a Class C 1999 Motorhome. Coachmen Santara...I have a rather large gash on the back sloped wall that meets my rubber roof. Beside the ladder. I've cleaned and prepped the surface but don't know if Eternabond will 1.) Adhere to it since it's not the roof area and 2.) Am I causing more damage by affixing tape to it if I need this professionally fixed in the future? Much thanks all!

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Eternabond will adhere to most any solid surface that is properly prepped. It may be safely and completely removed without damaging anything else, but it isn't easy.
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