Thank you for your question. Nashua Select has not been tested for this particular use and so we can't specifically recommend it. We expect it would adhere very well to the wood surface and do not anticipate any harmful reactions with either the wood or the concrete. However, we recommend you check with local code before proceeding. Best of luck with your project.
Ive used this product many times and it a very thick plastic/rubber like material with a very sticky tar like adhesive backing. I would say Yes, it would stick to wood as long as it was Clean and Bare wood. if any part of the wood has already been treated with the Tung Oil I would say it probably isnt going to stay put very well, especially if you factor Heat and Steam into the Mix. I wouldnt trust that it would hold on long term. If it were me I would use something that isnt going to depend on an adhesive to hold on, something you could mechanically connect to the wood like a thin sheet of rigid plastic that you could screw to the wood. maybe plexiglass or something like that. Thats just my opinion. you may want to contact the manufacturer and see what the heat rating is of the adhesive. its going to get pretty hot on the side of a house for sure. Hope thats helpful.
This is NOT used for air sealing as described. For air leakage thermo-seal tape would work the best if the gap is large enough.
Thank you for your question. Nashua Select Window & Door Flashing tape exhibits excellent compatibility with silicone, polyurethane, rubber, and acrylic-based sealants. Primers such as 3M 90 are compatible. Best of luck with your project.
Thank you for your question. Yes, Nashua Window & Door Flashing Tape will bond well to plastic. Make sure the surface is clean and dry as possible during application. Use a roller or squeegee to remove air bubbles and ensure proper adhesion to the material and make sure to fully overlap any gaps. Best of luck with your project!
Thank you for your question. Yes, Nashua Select Flashing Tape bonds well to wood, vinyl, aluminum, and other common construction substrates. Best of luck with your project!
I don't think it will degrade the vinyl
Thank you for your question. Yes, Nashua Select bonds to virtually all common construction materials substrates including asphalt felt underlayment materials. Best of luck with your project!
If you get a good clean seal, I would say yes. I have used it to seal a leak on a trailer roof.
I have only found this product in black. It does have a white paper layer so the self stick does not stick to its self.