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Old 12-12-2013, 10:40 AM   #1
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To Eternabond or not Eternabond

Had been reading where others are putting on Eterabond instead of Dicor for roof maintenance. Couple of questions.
1. How long does it last?
2. If a vent etc. Needs to be replaced, can the tape be removed without destroying the rubber roof?
3. Others experience with it after several years of use?
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Old 12-12-2013, 11:04 AM   #2
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Put it on my TT in 2003 when new, 10 years still going strong, did all openings in roof. Love this stuff, will be adding to my new 5th wheel in spring, no questions. Blows dicor and similar out of water. If need to remove, just need time. Work product off slow and then clean up adhesive left behind.
Great peace of mind knowing that seams will not be source of leaks!
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1. How long does it last?
Answer: Years

2. If a vent etc. Needs to be replaced, can the tape be removed without destroying the rubber roof?
Answer: Yes you can but you must use heat (hair dryer) and razor blade.

3. Others experience with it after several years of use?
Answer: It is the best stuff to insure no water leakage. I have used it on my past 5th wheel as well as my present motorhome.
Get the 4" wide role x 50 ft from this place online.
It runs about $55 to $60 a 50 ft roll.
You can get white or black color.
Check Ebay. No tax and free shipping.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Eternabond-R...d773ec&vxp=mtr
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