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Leak Stopper 3.6 Qt. Rubberized Roof Patch
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Leak Stopper

3.6 Qt. Rubberized Roof Patch

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Leak Stopper is a revolutionary advancement in roof patching and repair. This long lasting rubberized repair is specially formulated to penetrate deep into damaged areas and stop roof leaks instantly. The secret is Penetrex, unique penetrating oil that reaches deep into the crack and forms a complete seal. With the addition of liquid rubber, this flexible, high performance plastic cement provides a superior watertight bond that will stop problem leaks for good. Leak Stopper 1 Gal. Rubberized Roof Patch lets you seal leaks and cracks in your chimney, roof vent, skylight window or vent pipes. The plastic cement formula flexes to help prevent cracking. Covers approx 8 sq. ft. per Gal.

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  • Fiber-reinforced penetrex oil and liquid rubber formula
  • Flexible plastic cement design helps prevent cracks for long-lasting sealing
  • Allows use in wet or dry conditions
  • Class a fire rating helps repel damage by flames
  • For use on shingles, built-up roofs, SBS modified roofs, metal roofs, chimneys, roof vents, skylight windows, vent pipes and most other surfaces
  • Fiber reinforced
  • Trowel grade

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Can you use this on the bottom of a boat to seal leaking rivets

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It's possible it could work, but this product is designed for roofs not boats. I would seek out a product designed for marine use.
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Would it be ok to apply silver roof coating over it? Do you have to?

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Once the patch is cured you should be able to cover it with silver if you like, it's not required to cover the patch with any other product.
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How do u put it on..do u use a paint roller to reach

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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
" Thanks for your question. We recommend using a trowel to spread Leak Stopper Rubberized Roof Patch across the damaged surface of the roof. Then embedding reinforcing fabric after the first layer and applying a second layer on top of fabric. This requires close proximity to the damaged area. Read More
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
" Thanks for your question. We recommend using a trowel to spread Leak Stopper Rubberized Roof Patch across the damaged surface of the roof. Then embedding reinforcing fabric after the first layer and applying a second layer on top of fabric. This requires close proximity to the damaged area. Check out the Technical Data Sheet (TDS) via the Specification link on the product page of homedepot.com for more information regarding project preparation and application. All the best with your repair! " Read Less
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is this product usable on rubber roof membranes?

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We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
" Thanks for your question. This product is not intended for use on plastic, EPDM, Hypalon or similar type of synthetic rubber roof system. "
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works like it should-from Christine in Florida With great frustration, I've been chasing a roof leak for 6 months. After a hard rain, a small drip would occur where my screen patio roof meets the chimney wall(dripping behind it). So I bought Leak Stopper and applied it to the narrow section where the chimney wall and shingled house roof meet. That didn't solve the problem so I coated the shingles 1 foot out from my previous work. I also covered the shingles around the cricket where the waters runs down. Doing this fixed it. I also used reinforcing fabric strips sandwiched between the layers of the roof patch. I used paint brushes from the dollar store and free wooden paint stirrers from Home Depot to get the product out of the can and apply to area. This product is very gooey and messy so make sure you wear protective gloves otherwise you'll be scrubbing your hands in the sink longer than you'd like. Goop hand cleaner helps. August 14, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works Well I used leak stopper to patch multiple leaks in my rental property. It works well, although I had to go back up and repatch a couple of spots. No more leaks though. I applied it with a trowell and my only complaint is that it gets messy. Wear gloves and old clothes and have some mineral spirits, etc handy to clean yourself up. Great product! Saved me a ton of money in repairs. August 20, 2010
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