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Henry 0.90 Gal. 208R Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement
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Henry

0.90 Gal. 208R Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement

  • Adheres and remains intact from 5F to 120F
  • Seals leaks on dry, wet, or even under water
  • 10-year warranty - Rubberized formula
$19.97 /each

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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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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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August 10, 2015
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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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August 10, 2015
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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 but use the mesh with it on small holes. On larger holes I would cut a piece of galvanized flashing to cover the hole before applying
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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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Do you need the mesh when patching a problem area?

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August 26, 2016
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Do you need to use the mesh when applying Henry roof patch cement
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June 7, 2016
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Tommy-Yes, you should always use fabric when doing a roof repair patch. It is a '3 course' patch; similar to how a drywall patch is done. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Depot.
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If you are attempting to patch a semi-small area or around a vent or roof top swamp cooler the mesh would not be necessary, however if you are looking at a large area I would recommend using the mesh.
Anchor the mesh for a large area, although on a shingle roof replacing the roofing felt and shingles would be ideal.
It says it in the name "patch" - patching something equates to repairing a small area.
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If you are attempting to patch a semi-small area or around a vent or roof top swamp cooler the mesh would not be necessary, however if you are looking at a large area I would recommend using the mesh.
Anchor the mesh for a large area, although on a shingle roof replacing the roofing felt and shingles would be ideal.
It says it in the name "patch" - patching something equates to repairing a small area.
Think of the mesh as serving the same purpose as lath does when putting stucco on a wall, a small area you would just patch the stucco, a larger area would require lath prior to applying stucco.
This is a very good product for small problem areas.
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Hi Tommy, the manufacture states the following.
If hole is over 1/4" wide or 2" long, reinforce with HENRY 181 or 183 Roof Repair Fabric between two layers of cement.
For vertical surfaces in hot weather, use HENRY 204® Plastic Roof Cement or HENRY 505 FlashMaster™ Flashing
Cement. Henry Roof Repair Fabric required for 10 year
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Hi Tommy, the manufacture states the following.
If hole is over 1/4" wide or 2" long, reinforce with HENRY 181 or 183 Roof Repair Fabric between two layers of cement.
For vertical surfaces in hot weather, use HENRY 204® Plastic Roof Cement or HENRY 505 FlashMaster™ Flashing
Cement. Henry Roof Repair Fabric required for 10 year warranty
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Can I use Henry wet patch to seal leak on outside basement poured wall seam between poured wall and brick seam?

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Is this product rubberized to expand and contract in winter climate. It is a roof product so wondering if I can use it to coat outside of my exposed basement wall . I was looking at Blue Max liquid rubber and wonder if this works the same way. Thank you for your help as I must get this wall sealed.Elaine
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September 29, 2016
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Elaine-Please email me directly at sschoup@henry.com so I can ask you some questions so I can point you in the right direction. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Depot.
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yes , ithink so, used to seal in sky light!
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If I am understanding your question, you have a poured wall that meets a brick wall, and you are wondering if you can use this to seal the seam?
I would say yes, which I say only because I had this product on hand, used it to coat the interior side of a brick wall that had water intrusion...I tore out the interior drywall and insulation, replaced any damaged wood in the wall on the sill plate....then Read More
If I am understanding your question, you have a poured wall that meets a brick wall, and you are wondering if you can use this to seal the seam?
I would say yes, which I say only because I had this product on hand, used it to coat the interior side of a brick wall that had water intrusion...I tore out the interior drywall and insulation, replaced any damaged wood in the wall on the sill plate....then I spread Wet Patch all over the inside of the brick (which had gaps I could see the daylight through), let it dry and cure a couple days, replaced new insulation and sealed the wall with new drywall. I then sealed the seams where the brick met the aluminum siding with silicone caulk. Been fine since.
NOW, my gaps in the brick that allowed water intrusion were not that big. If your seam is larger, I would look into another product to act a a filler first, whether that be some concrete filler or even expanding foam. This will provide a better base as well for the Wet Patch to adhere to. Essentially, Wet Patch is not for bridging large gaps. But if your seams are less than 1/4" you could probably use it by itself.
Last thing, once you apply, recheck it several weeks even a month or so later, if you see any separation or cracking, add another layer.
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0.90 Gal. 208R Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 140.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Difficult to get out of the can. but, pliable, sticky and so far, no leaks! This can be difficult to get out of the can, but, spreads well, adheres to prior parches and shingles, and seals, usually, without running or spreading in the summer sun. However, it will crack and sag if its applied thickly, or across a 1/2"+ crevice of even with the mesh tape, and will require annual re-treatment. **** It will not mix with silicone -- don't use any silicone on your roof or gutters ever!; doesn't seal, won't adhere over time, is messy, can't be painted, etc. Then, it will clean nicely with WD-40 from hands, tools and clothes!
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nothing short of amazing This stuff is absolutely amazing. My husband tried using "Wet R Dry" on a leak on our roof, preparing for a hurricane, and after a few coats it did nothing. One coat of this and not a single problem. So glad I researched this stuff. I hope to not need it again, but if I do I'll definitely buy it again. Worth every penny.
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wet Patch to repair crack in basement wall! We used this product along with another to repair an exterior basement wall crack. It has worked great! No more wet basement floors! Good product! Make sure to use disposal applicators, impossible to clean off :)
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best Had a leak in on the roof and was looking for a good sealer and so far the reviews and my neighbors point me towards Henry's product. I can say the best sealer so far at a good price
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Henry's wet patch Used this product before. Had to apply it during rain storm. Worked as advertised. Stopped the leak. so I used it again.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's roofing tar...it worked well It's roofing tar..it worked. My roof doesn't leak any more. What did they expect?
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from worked poorly in wet areas. did not stick and left open areas worked poorly in wet areas. did not stick and left open areas
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great 3rd generation roofer and my whole family uses it for a reason
Date published: 2016-10-27
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