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    Using Flex Paste for roof sealant

    Everyone:

    I thought I saw it in a prior thread, but couldn’t find it. What’s the thought of using Flex Paste (Sealant) for resealing around all the roof vents and can I place it over the old stuff.

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    Why wouldn't you just use the sealant that is meant to be used on the roof?

    Flex Paste is a generic sealant that may or may not stick to the roof memebrane.
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    Seasoned Camper Lance Glogowsky's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntr70 View Post
    Why wouldn't you just use the sealant that is meant to be used on the roof?

    Flex Paste is a generic sealant that may or may not stick to the roof memebrane.
    Thank you for your response. The normal dicor with a caulking gun is what I usually use for cracks probably like most other people use. I thought with the flexseal is that it comes in a can where you can use a trowel and trowel over your cracks a little easier. That was my thought. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance Glogowsky View Post
    Thank you for your response. The normal dicor with a caulking gun is what I usually use for cracks probably like most other people use. I thought with the flexseal is that it comes in a can where you can use a trowel and trowel over your cracks a little easier. That was my thought. Thanks

    Lance
    From what I have been reading, the Flex anything is pretty much garbage. I have no personal experience and won't ever as I will not even try it due to the mostly negative comments on their products. I would also be worried with any possible reaction with the recommended roof products.
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    I thought about it myself. Don't know how it would work though. If it did it would be easier to use - I think. A person would be able to make a smoother job - potentially. Maybe do a test in a small easy to access area. Have some eternabond available though...
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    Yes, I would go with Eternabond.
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