|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||6.8 x 6.8 x 2.1 inches|
|Item model number||13|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||EB-RW020-50R|
EternaBond 2" X 50 RV Rubber Roof Seal Repair White
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|You Save:||$3.00 (9%)|
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Seal any rip, tear, or open seam in any surface with RoofSeal. RoofSeal is the best solution for leak repair It is the choice of professional roof repair specialists, on virtually all roof types including EPDM, TPO, Hypalon, most PVC, all metals, even copper and kynar coated metals, tiles, wood, concrete, etc. RoofSeal even works great on land-fill and pond liners. EternaBond specialized backing has proven to be UV stable, even after 19 years in full sunlight. EternaBond MicroSealant has a built in primer which allows RoofSeal to bond with the surface it is installed on. Perfect for re-seaming all roofs, regardless of the material. RoofSeal makes a permanent water-tight seal.
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I wasn't sure whether to get 2" or 4" but settled for 2 inches. If I needed wider I put down a second strip.
Easy to remove rating: well, it is not at all easy to remove - thank goodness! But easy to pull off the backing if you use a hair dryer to heat it up. It does leave a lot of adhesive behind which is not easy to remove. But if you are just replacing it, the eternabond people say just to put the new layer over the adhesive that's left behind because they will meld together. That worked for me.
I have seen people having problems with eternabond actually sticking to a surface, and that has me puzzled: I wonder if they have actually pulled off the very thin and hard to see membrane that covers the adhesive then you unroll the tape?? In my experience, once you do that, it is pretty hard to pull the eternabond off once you've even just lain it against the surface, without a hair dryer. Or maybe people did not clean off the surface enough (with denatured alcohol) and it was covered with seal treatment or something?
This stuff worked so well, I ended up covering the side seams on the other micro camper I'm selling, so the next owner can have confidence. I highly recommend it!
After replacing whole roof with all new material and putting about $500 worth of liquid roof on and resealing and when that leaked ....
Put on a roll on sealer from Mennards and when that leaked down thru wall and ruined the inside of bunk bed wall w that goop and then leaked anyway. We did the Eternabond tape
This seams to have solved the problem YAY!!!