Originally Posted by benagi
Did you put the eternabond over the dicor or did you remove all the dicor first?
My research led me to believe that I could lay the tape over the existing Dicor because the Dicor was still soft. If you choose to remove it, it must be scraped off. That requires spending a lot of time on that roof, and I've seen roof membranes damaged because someone twisted their shoes, and the rubber material wad up at that point. That stretches the material and it thins out. I believe you should spend the least amount of time as possible on the roof.
Work barefoot. I put the tools and tape in a bucket with a rope tied to the handle, climbed up, removed shoes, pulled bucket up.
Make sure the Eternabond tape you buy is wide enough to cover the seam plus at least a 1" margin on both sides. The tape is expensive, but this is not the place to save money. I bought a roll of 4" and a roll of 6" tape. In some locations I would split the 6" lengthwise to get 2 sections of 3" tape.
When you first start working with the tape, tackle the smallest job first, because there is a learning curve. I suggest this because the tape is not user friendly. When you remove the backing, make sure to not allow the tape to stick to itself. If it does, grab your scissors, because that piece is un-useable.
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.