MAKING ROOF DUCTS WATERTIGHT
Watch how to make roof ducts watertight step-by-step.
Remove leaves and other accumulated dirt with a brush.
Measure the Textile Tape and make a shallow cut every 5 cm.
Making these cuts means that the tape can more easily fit around the duct you are sealing.
Add a few centimetres to the section that has to be covered.
Now make the surface dry, clean and free of dust and grease.
Place the Rubber Seal Textile Tape directly on top of the first layer.
Press down firmly on the Textile Tape until it is saturated.
Textile Tape bridges over cracks, splits and seams and makes layering easy.
Now apply the second layer until you have a smooth finish.
Rubber Seal provides the best protection with a minimum layer thickness of 2 mm.
Apply an extra overlapping layer of Textile Tape.
Press down firmly on the Textile Tape until it is properly saturated.
Admire the result!
Rubber Seal is dry to the touch after about 3 hours and completely cured after 48 hours.
Tip: Any Rubber Seal excess should be removed from your hands with Bison Scrub Wipes.