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Old 05-01-2008, 09:28 AM   #16
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Maintenance 6, No I don't work for, or have any professional relationship with Pro-Seal.

I came across Pro-Seal's website last October. I was searching for a product that used in conjunction with another idea would effect a permanent repair on my botched roof.

Email this fellow, wkraft@prosealproducts.com or call him at 800-349-7325.
I found the technical support structure there is first rate. You can get real time immediate answer's regarding the suitability for almost any particular purpose of their products.

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Old 05-01-2008, 02:15 PM   #17
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Hello everyone,
I had heard of this discussion from I believe Doc whom had called in a few days ago. My name is Brandon Showers and I work for Pro-Seal Products, Inc. as the Director of Distribution. I can assure you that our Pro-Seal 34 does not get hard or brittle. No matter if it is U.V. or submersion. If that was the case we would not be able to offer a 6 month open tube warranty and/ or a two year shelf life. I would be more than happy to send anyone a cured sample of our product that has been out of the tube for more than 30 days for you to see yourself. We do not fill our product with solvents to make the product cure fast. We have less than 2% in our product. That is also why it is paintable immediately, I recommend 24hrs. but that is by my own usage. If you have any questions please email me at brandon@prosealproducts.com I would be happy to answer any and all questions that you may have.

P.S. No Doc doesn't work for us. But maybe he should......
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Old 05-02-2008, 07:01 AM   #18
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Depends on what your doing. If your doing a cant bead around your basement walls, you want to take the extra time/money to buy a bulk gun ($50) and use a two part. Or at least I did. Lowes and HD will not have them, but some of your local contractor supply places will or will be able to order it. You dont have to be a licensed contractor at most. This building is nothing but pecora 890. http://www.ncresearchcampus.net/
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Old 05-02-2008, 07:29 AM   #19
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NCGROGAN: I'm going to guess that you're not the average DIY homeowner.
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Old 05-02-2008, 02:55 PM   #20
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Im probably not but I still think it should be done the right way or not at all. I think most people feel that way about their home but who knows.
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Old 05-02-2008, 06:03 PM   #21
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I'm sure everyone would be in complete agreement with you with regard to doing the job right.

I wish the roofers who did my home felt that way. I was fortunate that I was able to take the job to task and make it right. Perhaps if I had found the DIY boards sooner I might have avoided my roof problems and chosen a company with a better work ethic. One that has a little pride in their workmanship.

I'm glad we all share information, imparting our knowledge to others so they may avoid pitfalls and "get the job done right"... The first time!

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