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Old 04-02-2012, 03:14 PM   #1
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Anybody ever use this patching material?


Its here:
http://henry.com/sealants/roof_multi...atchroofcement

They told me you dont need to apply the classic roofer's mesh with this stuff. Seems too easy/good to be true, but geez, I hope it performs as advertized.

Figure maybe some guys here could advise me/warn me. OR, should I use it WITH the 4" mesh?

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It doesn't say it's compatible with APP, or SBS. It it's not, don't use it on either. Same for any shingles.
Maybe you have a tar and gravel roof? If so, bump off the rock in the area of the leak first.

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I don't know who "they" are but "they" are wrong. Plus it's a henry's product...nuf said.

For an optimal repair and longevity, some type of webbing or reinforcement skrim should always be used with any type of mastic or liquid repair.

You CAN use it by itself but it won't last long.
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It doesn't say it's compatible with APP, or SBS. It it's not, don't use it on either. Same for any shingles.
Maybe you have a tar and gravel roof? If so, bump off the rock in the area of the leak first.
Good tip, Old. I figured "they" were wrong. They are HD. Figures. I will use the mash- I knew it was too good to be true. I know I should get at least a year out of it, if patched/webbed right.
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