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[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]
[Liquid_Rubber_Canada]:[Waterproofing],[Self-Contracting]

Seam Tape

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Peel and Stick

This product is used to seal roof joints (seams) and tears, copings; flashings, skylights; gutters, etc. Perfect for repairing and restoring roofs of residential and commercial buildings, mobile homes & RVs.

Bonds to a wide range of surfaces including difficult roof materials such as: EPDM, TPO, most PVC, SBS, APP, BURs, metal roofs, tiles, shingle, aluminum, galvanized steel, wood, propylene, polystyrene, fiberglass, brick, concrete, masonry, OSB, etc.

Paintable Seam Tape is used as part of the waterproof system with Liquid Rubber Coatings.

Customer Reviews

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P.P.

Seam Tape

J
J.S.
Sealing skylight

Needed to seal around skylight to get me though winter till the steel roof in spring.The liquid rubber when on easily and covered the area nicely

G
G.H.

Seam Tape

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A.J.
Seam tape

Haven't used it yet, and it's smaller than I expected. Other than that, it looks like a good product.

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B.
Fixed my roof and my pants.

I attached a porch with a low slope roof to the side of my house. I used the tape where the new shingles slid under the existing shingles and then coated the tape with 3 coats of sealant. Worked great. The tape even stuck to the asphalt shingles. Also, I had hole in the knee of my work pants. I used a piece of the tape as a patch. Ha ha. Done deal. No more hole.