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Gary B

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Hi janicenlarry, I have used it to repair tears in rubber roofs and it makes a perament repair, is easy to work with( although once put down there is no easy way to remove it)have not used it for joint sealing. I would tend to think that the self leveling caulks like Dyco C-10 or equivant and Dyco 20/20 would be lot cheaper and work excellent. Maybe someone who has used it for joint sealing can report their results, good luck. :) :cool: :bleh: :approve:
 
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Janicenlarry

As the service manager for an rv dealership, I've used that product to fix-up the roofs of some of our older trades. It works well on the seams of these roofs, but I think there are better products for use on rubber or composite roofs. (I even used it to seal a stubborn leak around a skylite in my home....3 years without any more leaks)

Be sure of where you want it because, as Gary mentioned, it is very difficult to remove.
 
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Hi Prowler_Bob

Well, I like Liquid Roof for repairs on EPDM rubber roofs. There are also several kits with a rubber patch and cement.
Dicor makes a great lap seal to be used with rubber roofs after installing something like a vent or skylite.
 
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