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Model HE208R142

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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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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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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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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
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/82/82f11a6c-9d89-4a11-9b6f-4865c38b7df5.pdf Read Less
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Can I use this to seal up my wet basement

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August 7, 2016
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Cllewis79-No, we would not recommend this product for that purpose. A better solution for you would be our 107 Asphalt Emulsion. It is a water proofer/damp proofer intended to be used on sub-grade walls, etc. I have included a link below for you that contains more information. Please let us know should you have any additional questions. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Read More
Cllewis79-No, we would not recommend this product for that purpose. A better solution for you would be our 107 Asphalt Emulsion. It is a water proofer/damp proofer intended to be used on sub-grade walls, etc. I have included a link below for you that contains more information. Please let us know should you have any additional questions. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Depot.
http://us.henry.com/roofing/protective-coatings/107-asphalt-emulsion
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I would say no. A gallon goes pretty fast when sealing flashing. I think Home Depot would have other products better suited for sealing. Basements
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Well you did not specify whether you were planning on using it on the outside or inside wall? Used on the inside it might create a temporary relief of water intrusion, but ultimately, the water already penetrated the wall and will continue to do damage. The best way to seal a leaking basement is to excavate the dirt around the all perimeter and then use a membrane that can be painted on the outer wall, Read More
Well you did not specify whether you were planning on using it on the outside or inside wall? Used on the inside it might create a temporary relief of water intrusion, but ultimately, the water already penetrated the wall and will continue to do damage. The best way to seal a leaking basement is to excavate the dirt around the all perimeter and then use a membrane that can be painted on the outer wall, preventing water intrusion INTO the wall.
In short, while this is a great product for its intended use, I would not recommend for waterproofing a basement. Read Less
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 106 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Henry Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement I used this product to repair a roof valley with issues and it out performed way past my expectations. this product saved me around $685.00 dollars for roof repair. August 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to apply I am older but my porch roof was leaking so I thought I could patch the splits in the rubber roof seams myself. So far so good;I followed the directions and seams appear to have sealed. There was no moisture below the repairs after this last rain so I believe it is repaired. Nice product, cleaned up very well and the application was not difficult. I primed the areas first with the spray primer and plan on putting the top coat on over all the exposed area. See, we should not think we - the grannies of the world - that we cannot take care of these things! Overall the cost was higher than I thought it would be having to use the three products but I think in the end the value was better than paying a contractor for such a small area repair. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good product Easy to apply. I got some on my hands but it came off easy with WD40 July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this product! I am a handyman and use this product on all y roofing jobs. July 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well Easy to apply. So far no leaks, but cannot be sure until more rain is experienced July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No more leak!! A couple months ago, we had rain water start to leak from the ceiling into the small bathroom. From inside the attic we found water pouring in from a hole under the shingles. Since we are not able to get a new roof yet, I had to look for an alternative fix until then and this was very easy to apply. We had a lot more rain afterwards and NO MORE LEAK! I'm very happy with the results & would highly recommend this product! June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Every TIme! I own several rental properties and have had several instances where small roof leaks have occurred. This produce works every time! It is pretty easy to apply, use a putty knife, I have even applied it before wearing a disposable rubber glove using my hand. Cleans off of putty knife using gasoline or just discard the knife. Great to use around flashings as well. Use in conjunction with the mesh, putting a layer of roof cement down, then apply mesh, then put another coat of the cement. Fantastic product, I would not use anything else! June 1, 2016
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