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Henry

Model # HE208R142

Internet # 100041225

Store SKU # 397111

0.90 Gal. 208R Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement

$19.47 /each
  • Adheres and remains intact from 5F to 120F
  • Seals leaks on dry, wet, or even under water
  • 10-year warranty - Rubberized formula

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # HE208R142

Internet # 100041225

Store SKU # 397111

Henry 208R Rubberized Wet Patch is the premium SBS modified bitumen compound for sealing roof leaks on wet surfaces. It patches holes and cracks even in a driving rain or under water, and are so versatile it may be used whether the weather is wet or dry, hot or cold. It is especially easy to spread in cold temperatures.

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  • SBS rubber-modified formula provides flexibility and a long service life
  • Sticks to wet and dry surfaces, even in freezing temperatures
  • Repairs leaks under puddle water
  • Repairs shingles, roll roofing, valleys, splits, cracks and raised edges
  • Seals chimneys, skylights, turbines, roof vents, gutters and air conditioning
  • Pair with yellow Henry 183 repair fabric for professional results
  • Apply with a roofing trowel, putty knife or caulk gun
  • 11 oz. covers approximately 17 ft.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
6.5 
Product Height (in.) 
7.5 
Product Size (oz.) 
134 
Product Width (in.) 
6.5 
Details
Cement Type 
Flashing 
Cold applied 
Yes 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Roofing Product Type 
Sealant 
Sealant Type 
SBS 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
We, the manufacturer, warrant only that this product is free of defects, since many factors which affect the results obtained from this product. We will replace at no charge any product proved to be defective within 12 months of purchase. 

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Is this a liquid or more of a paste?

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February 4, 2016
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It's more of a paste. You will need to apply with a trowel
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It's like a cold tar, but does spread very easy, I use a metal spackling knife, and wear some throw away gloves or you'll spend forever trying to clean up. It's the best stuff I've ever used for repairing my roof
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very gooey, like peanut butter
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Paste. Very thick. You will need a spreading device, like a disposable scrapper or paint mixing stick. It goes down relatively easy though.
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Definitely not a liquid. Its a paste that is super easy to spread with a simple trowel or putty knife. Grabs nicely to the objects being applied and then spreads out. You can thin it out and feather edge easily and it does not fold up on its self. Great product.
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More of a paste, but it spreads easily Take care to wear gloves. I forgot too and my wedding ring got quite messy. It took quite a while to clean off my hands. Also, if you use any tools, they will require cleaning. I recommend you pick up a can of "Goof off" to clean your tools. A little goes a long way.
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Can this be used to seal holes in the roof of a metal container?

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Yes
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yes
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Yes, It works great on my mobile home's roof.
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November 12, 2015
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Yes. Recommend using the repair fabric with the product. (similar to doing a drywall patch)
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How to protect against sliding off a wet roof during repair work?

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Fairly steep roof. Need something to brace feet against. Should I nail 2x4s across the slope.
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November 17, 2015
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Home Depot sells Roof Safety Kits and harnesses. Please take all safety precautions and if you're unsure of doing, you may want to contact a professional roofer.
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Not sure your question has anything to do with the product itself? That said, if it is a big concern or you have a steep pitch to your roof, you can usually tie a harness or rope to yourself and attach it to a chimney stack. bracket or brace of some sort on the roof. Then work carefully.
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If its a shingle roof, you should be okay. Just take extra caution with your steps. If a metal roof, I would wait until it isn't raining if possible. If its raining, I would only do repair work on a metal roof if I could be tied off somewhere.
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will this seal a flower bed box?

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Two questions. #1 We just built a small raised flower bed out of block, with stucco on the outside. I was told that the water will come through and might damage the stucco. Can I use this to seal the inside before we add dirt and plants? #2 Also we can cement walkway poured in another area and had a little area left open for a small planter which is next to the house and touches the outside wall. Should we seal outside wall where dirt is going to touch too? Picture is obviously of walkway area, but you know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. I am thinking that this rubber seal might be what I need. I am in Phoenix, AZ
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actually, I probably should not of called it a raised flower bed, it was build on the ground, so I guess it drainage is not a problem. Thanks for your help.
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This is a great product, and I think it would work for what you are asking in both questions. And it would be a little cheaper than what I am going to suggest as an alternative. This product is mainly for roofs, flahsing, etc. So it will provide a water tight seal. However, stucco is like a cement. I would suggest using a product like Laticrete Hydro Barrier instead. Laticrete Hydro Barrier is used with Read More
This is a great product, and I think it would work for what you are asking in both questions. And it would be a little cheaper than what I am going to suggest as an alternative. This product is mainly for roofs, flahsing, etc. So it will provide a water tight seal. However, stucco is like a cement. I would suggest using a product like Laticrete Hydro Barrier instead. Laticrete Hydro Barrier is used with cement boards in water sealing showers and tub surrounds. It is made to work with concrete type products. It is more expensive than the Rubber Wet Patch, but if you're looking to protect your home, is saving $40 - $50 worth the risk? Especially when it is water....which I personally believe is the one issue you don't mess with in a home. As soon as you see a water problem in a home, the quicker you should fix it, else the damages just get bigger and worse. If you have seams in any areas you may get the fiber cloth membrane to go with the Hydro Barrier, but is no seams this will basically just paint on. Plus I believe Hydro Barrier would last longer than Wet Patch. Laticrete also sells products for seal built-in pools. Check them out and compare to the Wet Patch. A final thought would be that so long as the boxes have a way to drain out of the box and away from the house, you may not need a much protection. But if it will be holding water without escape routes, Laticrete has more suitable products. Read Less
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Hi there, forget the #2 part of the question. I looked again at the area and it is cement on both sides. I guess the long hot summer got to my brain.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 95 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff Used this to stop a leak around the chimney on the roof, Easier to apply than I thought it would be. Seals great, works even with water present. NO MORE LEAK! May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Mop A very good map which is, for these days, very well built and durable. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stopped roof leaks I used roof cement on leaking roof and the leak stopped. That is what I expected and that is what I got! May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does NOT adhere to wet concrete Despite manufacturer's claims to adhere to ALL surfaces, even in a puddle, this product DID NOT adhere or seal a concrete seam. I had water seeping slowly through a seam and all this Wet Patch did was create a bigger mess. It did NOT stick at all to the concrete, which I had cleaned as best I could. If I could give it zero stars I would. Now I have a bigger problem and mess. April 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Henry's rubberized roof patch I warmed it up with a torch And poured it on and it worked Like a charm . PS take the lid and paperlabel off first I don't want to see you on the news! Don't leave it unattended either just warm it up don't boil the stupid thing April 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Never did any roof repair. Did a little research and people that used this stuff swore by it. My situation was exhaust pipe on a flat roof. Old Sealent was cracked and I filled all the cracks and sculptured so the water would flow away. Spreads thick but using a two or three inch spackle tool was enough to to do the job. Wear gloves, works great! March 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best roof patch Worked well when patching a wet roof. Stayed in place and stopped the water. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Roof Patch This stuff really works well. It seals small cracks and holes on roofing material well. I had some cracks around a roof mounted air conditioner that was causing roof leaks during the winter as ice and snow dammed up around the base. Once I used Henry Wet Patch, which can be applied to wet surfaces, the leaks were stopped completely. June 10, 2015
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