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Henry 10.3 oz. 209 Elastomastic Sealant
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Henry

10.3 oz. 209 Elastomastic Sealant

$8.47 /each

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Henry 209 extreme wet patch is a premium, rubberized, SEBS modified, asphaltic sealing compound with excellent adhesion. Henry #209 is suitable for flashings and a wide variety of waterproofing uses, especially at moving joints where its flexibility and elasticity make it superior to standard plastic cements. Glossy black, easy spreading and non-sagging, it may be applied from 1/4 in. thick to a feather edge.

  • Warranted for lifetime of roof
  • Highly adhesive in wet and dry conditions
  • Compatible with the broadest variety of roofing and construction materials
  • Rubber modified
  • Glossy, black, easy spreading, non-sagging
  • Durable and flexible recommended for vertical metal applications
  • Use with 183 repair fabric for professional results
  • Provides up to 17 lin. ft. of coverage
  • Apply with a roofing trowel, putty knife or caulk gun

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Can this be used to seal around the base of a metal building that is on asphalt?

Can this be used to seal around the base of a metal building that is on asphalt?
Asked by: Kegger
Yes. I would incorporate a layer of fiberglass mesh to help with cracking, especially in the colder climates, due to a lot of movement of the ground relative to the building.
Answered by: tomr
Date published: 2017-03-28

I have a gap between my door and my concrete stem wall that is allowing water to leak in between....

I have a gap between my door and my concrete stem wall that is allowing water to leak in between. The stem wall butts up to the treated 2x6 then the door sits in the concrete wall. Can I use this to seal that gap? I will put a trim board over to cover it after installed. Please see attached photo. I have dug the foam out of the crack.
Asked by: Ranger
I wouldn't use this product for that application. I would rip a piece of plastic or find a piece of plastic molding the right size to fill most of the gap and use a siliconized latex caulk such as DAP Dynaflex 230 10.1 oz. Premium Indoor/Outdoor Sealant to seal the joints.
Answered by: tomr
Date published: 2017-03-28

Can this be used to seal leak around roof vent on mobile home

Asked by: Firebird9105
Sure, but imbed a layer of fiberglass mesh tape to keep it from cracking. It's also black and messy so take care if the look is an issue.
Answered by: tomr
Date published: 2017-03-28

Can this be used to stick 2 shingles together?

Asked by: Trevor
Yes.
Answered by: tomr
Date published: 2017-03-28
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