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Old 06-05-2012, 09:16 AM   #1
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First let me start by saying I realize this is an inferior product compared to other roofing membranes(liberty cap sheet for example), however Im in a situation that requires a low sloped roofing application and need a cheaper fix I just had a few questions in regards to the mineral guard(or other rolled roofing) product.

With regards to felt paper(#15 or #30) Ive heard you can use it underneath rolled roofing and then Ive also heard you cannot use it underneath it. Whats correct?

Also the henry rolled roofing adhesive 203 is specifically used to glue these products down but says do not use with #15 or #30 felt. So you just glue it directly to the decking?? Thanks for the tips.

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It does not get glued down to the decking, it's for the over lapping seams.

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You would need to nail down a base sheet first, then install the roll roofing set in the adhesive.
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You would need to nail down a base sheet first, then install the roll roofing set in the adhesive.
Would that be a felt or another type of base sheet?
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Keep in mind the rolled roofing isn't made for low slope. Within weeks maybe, you'll probably be tearing it off to go with a base sheet and cap sheet of SBS. Take plenty of paint thinner to help clean up when you tear it back off. It's going to be real messy.
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