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Henry 10.3 oz. Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement
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Henry

10.3 oz. Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement

  • Stops Roof Leaks instantly, even under water!
  • Use on chimneys, skylights, shingles, vents, and more
  • Meets ASTM D-3409- 100% wet surface adhesion
$4.97 /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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  • Sticks to both wet and dry surfaces, even in freezing temperatures
  • Repairs leaks under puddle water
  • SBS rubber modified formula provides flexibility and a long service life
  • Repairs shingles, roll roofing, valleys, splits, cracks, raised edges and more
  • Seals chimneys, skylights, turbines, roof vents, gutters, air conditioning units and more
  • 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 lin. ft.

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does it work on galvanized metal

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June 5, 2016
I have holes to patch on my pond riser
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June 7, 2016
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Yep. Take a wire brush and clean off any dirt or debri, then apply. It will cure into rubbery and flexible after a day or so. If you have a larger hole, cut a piece of window screen (Fiberglass works well) a little bigger than the hole, apply a layer of the cement, push the screen down into it, then apply more cement on top to form a strong patch. This has worked on a baseball sized hole, but I certainly Read More
Yep. Take a wire brush and clean off any dirt or debri, then apply. It will cure into rubbery and flexible after a day or so. If you have a larger hole, cut a piece of window screen (Fiberglass works well) a little bigger than the hole, apply a layer of the cement, push the screen down into it, then apply more cement on top to form a strong patch. This has worked on a baseball sized hole, but I certainly don't recommend that, it was an emergency at the time. (Branch fell and jabbed through roof. ) Read Less
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June 7, 2016
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Joe-The best product for metal would be our 209 Extreme Lifetime Warranty Wet Patch Roof Repair. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Depot.
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June 6, 2016
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You can use this product on metal.
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How do you open the tube

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Cut the spout to the desired bead size, then push a piece of wire or a nail down into the tube tobreak the foil. Install tube in caulk gun, and go.
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December 8, 2015
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Razor blade knife
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November 30, 2015
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You have to cut tip and then puncture seal inside tip.
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How long does it take to cure?

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I put it on while it was slightly wet around 5 hours ago. I just went on the roof again and the material is still tacky.
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Typically, it takes 30 days to cure. It will always remain soft/rubbery. It's formulated that way to expand and contract with your roof.
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November 6, 2015
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I used this on my roof. It was hard as a rock 2 days later when I checked. It had also developed many cracks even though the orinal cracks I was using this to seal were far smaller than the 1/4" the tube says it will seal.
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August 30, 2015
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This is more like tar than something such as caulk. It will stay tacky for quite a while. It doesn't really get hard like caulk or silicone sealant. I haven't had any leaks from it however. We had a good downpour about a month ago, and no leaks! I used it when I installed a turbine on the roof.
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Can this be painted?

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I'm wanting to use this to repair tiny pinholes in my tin roof. I'd like to paint it using tinners red-- will that work? If not, what product would you recommend?
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excellent question...need to read the label on the product and see what it says.
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October 1, 2016
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Jenny-You had the right idea with using the 900 Construction and Flashing Sealant from your previous question: this is what I would recommend for your situation. Thank you for putting your trust in the Henry Company and The Home Depot.
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10.3 oz. Rubber Wet Patch Roof Cement is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 69.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hardest part was getting on the roof. Product flowed smoothly from the tube, no air pockets or l... Hardest part was getting on the roof. Product flowed smoothly from the tube, no air pockets or lumps. Smooth consistency. Stayed where applied. Not as messy as I had expected. Skinned over within minutes (late October application, low 60's). Had to seal some old eroded asphalt around the chimney. Looks like it will do the trick.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No more gap This did the job for me. Filled in the gaps between my carport and the front of the garage/apartment. Will paint it and you'll never see. Thank you Home Depot
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Emergency Patch A 5.8 earthquake apparently popped a few nails out of the roof decking and through a couple of shingles that we did not notice until the next big rain. I looked for the best product online to fix the problem. It is best to apply this when it is dry, but since it was raining I chose to apply it while it was still raining. We just had 4+ inches of rain over the weekend and all is dry.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy to use Going to admit that I did a real quick hack job on patching a porch roof with this stuff. I have a flat porch porch roof that used to be a sitting porch for a 2nd floor and it got a hole in the roof. So I just put a board over it and ran this rubber wet patch around it with a caulking gun. If flows well and it holds its shape if you have to puddle it a little to fill a larger gap. I did not leave the patch with just this though. I had to cover it with actual roof materials and I used at least a quart of tar, also sold by Home Depot, to seal the edges of the patch against the existing roof. If water is getting through this now, the laws of physics are being violated. The main reason I used this product for this job was because I wanted a nice bead of material for the lowest layer of the patch. Cleanup was fine. Do not get this on your skin or on clothes you like -- I am pretty sure the label, which I did not read, probably says that anyway.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well in dry and clean conditions. Takes a few days to cure. It does NOT work in wet conditi... Works well in dry and clean conditions. Takes a few days to cure. It does NOT work in wet conditions as advertised !
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The wet patch roof cement was very easy to apply and flowed easily and completely into the cracks... The wet patch roof cement was very easy to apply and flowed easily and completely into the cracks I was filling.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Great product. A lot less mess and money than buying a whole bucket of roofing tar
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was easy to apply, effective and addressed the situation well.......so far. It was easy to apply, effective and addressed the situation well.......so far.
Date published: 2016-12-12
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