A: Rudy, Henry 885 TropiCool 100% Silicone can be used on roofs with a spray polyurethane foam surface. For styrofoam and vinyl surfaces you would need to do an adhesion test to see how well the product sticks. To test the adhesion apply the 885 and let it cure thoroughly for 48 hours. Then pull one end to test the adhesion strength.
A: Jaime, Henry 885 TropiCool is now a Wet Patch product, meaning you can use it on a wet surface or while it is raining.
A: Tyler, we are not sure that Henry 885 would work for your project since we have never tested it for that purpose. Henry 885 is an exterior use product so for that reason we would recommend that you contact a company that sells repair items for refrigerators and freezers to see if they have the right product for you.
A: Henry 885 TropiCool 100% Silicone would not be recommended for use as an indoor product nor should it be used on a shower or cement floor. Henry 885 forms a slick surface similar to plastic and becomes very slippery when wet.
A: Tony, Henry 885 TropiCool 100% Silicone Wet Patch Roof Leak Repair sealant is the consistency of thick cake frosting. You can use a brush or a trowel to apply Henry 885.
A: 1stTimeroofer, Henry 885 can be used over Great Stuff and should adhere very well to it.
A: Rick, since Henry 885 TropiCool 100% Silicone is a silicone it will cure to a rubbery feel like a rubber ball. It is made that way so that it can expand and contract with the movement of the roof.
A: Thomas, Henry 885 TropiCool 100% Silicone can be used on a foam roof.
A: DesertDoer, yes you can use Henry 885 TropiCool 100% Silicone Wet Patch Roof Leak Repair sealant for your project. Henry 885 is one of the few patching products that is compatible with a rubber roof and will also adhere to it.
A: TheHandyGuy, a one gallon can, (0.90 gallons) will cover approximately 12 square feet applied at 1/8" thick or approximately 6 square feet applied at 1/4" thick.