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Old 09-03-2012, 05:39 AM   #1
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caulking with liquid rubber

I recently discovered a leak going under the membrane. of my roof. My 233s roo is a 2010. After looking at several options on re-caulking i was told by a reputable camping supply outlet to put luquid rubber over existing lap caulking and seams and this would do th job for some time .Ihave brushed on this expensive luiqid over the existing lap caulk but have not overlaid the the seams yet. Is there any tru experts that can attest as to if any of what i have already done and am about to do to the seams ia valid. I was told by the supplier that this may be expensive sealant but is the long lasting way. please reply only if you are an expert on this. Thank you

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Old 09-03-2012, 06:59 AM   #2
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We went the Eterna-Bond Tape route instead. A fresh seal with Dicor Caulk and then taped over all the seams. It is permanent and only limited maintenance.

Mostly looking for any new tears or indications of a leak from attachment screws.

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