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You would be better served by 1) not putting too much credence in what sales folks say, and 2) use a product from the Henry line of roofing adhesive/sealers.
 

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"Loose shingles" is the first warn flag.
That could be a bunch of issues that no form of a quick fix will work.
Please post a picture and more info so everyone will know that your really dealing with to get this right.
 
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"Loose shingles" is the first warn flag.
That could be a bunch of issues that no form of a quick fix will work.
Please post a picture and more info so everyone will know that your really dealing with to get this right.
It's a 30 year roof that is 3 years old with one shingle that will flap when the wind blows in a certain direction.

When i search for roof cement i do get the stuff the guy gave me (polyurethane) black.
 

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Like Joe was hinting at, could be you are missing a nail or two. The sealant you have will work fine, but check for missing nails, or possibly shingle torn thru at the nail location(s).
 
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