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Caulk Tape

RoofWrap Caulk Tape is a heavy butyl mastic, flexible putty tape. It is non-hardening, waterproof and pliable. After it is applied, Caulk Tape increases in adhesion with age.

Basic Uses

RoofWrap Caulk Tape is specifically recommended for use with RoofWrap roof mounted vent flashings. Caulk Tape is installed to the underside of the metal flange's outside edge. Clean the Roofwrap surface with a non-soap household spray cleaner and wipe dry with damp cloth. When the vent is installed, the Caulk Tape adheres and compresses onto the cleaned membrane forming a weatherproof seal. The recommended service temperatures are between -30F and 200F; best results if applied at temperatures between 45-85 F on dry surfaces.

Specifications

RoofWrap Caulk Tape measures " wide and " thick. It is packaged on a silicone release paper. The tape can easily be cut with scissors or a sharp knife.

Technical Services

Contact RoofWrap at (206) 550 7336 for technical service information.

Disclaimer

The statements provided concerning the material shown are intended as a guide for material usage and are believed to be true and accurate. No statement made by anyone may supersede this information, except when done in writing by RoofWrap. Since the manner of use is beyond our control, RoofWrap does not make nor does it authorize anyone to make any warranty of merchantability or fitness for any purpose or any other warranty, guarantee or representation, expressed or implied, concerning this material except that it conforms to RoofWraps physical properties. Buyer and user accept the product under these conditions and assume the risk of any failure, any injury of person or property (including that of the user), loss or liability resulting from the handling, storage or use of the product whether or not it is handled, stored or used in accordance with the directions or specifications. RoofWrap must be notified in writing of any claims and be given the opportunity to inspect the complaint or failure before repairs are made.

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