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Old 10-31-2009, 05:34 AM   #1
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URGENT: Rain and Roof Work


I am getting ready to do some work on my flat roof today. I will be using Henry 505 Flashmaster. The directions indicate that the surface must be clean and dry.

It rained last night and the roof got wet. How long should I wait before I start this project? How can I tell if the roof is dry enough? Is there anything I can do to help the drying process?

There is a chance of rain this evening. How long does the roofing cement need before it can get wet?

Should I wait for dryer weather to do this? Or, should I use a roofing cement intended for wet applications? Are they as good?

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URGENT: Rain and Roof Work


Be safe and wait for dryer weather

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