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Old 12-30-2012, 08:35 PM   #21
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I thought it never rained in Southern California. Or is that just a song........... Looks like you have it covered, start oozing out some Dicor tomorrow.
Yeah! And No Way! About an hour after we finished, this little sprinkling occured. From our vantage point, we didn't even see rain clouds. Lasted about 5 minutes. No forecast of rain/precipitation so that was unexpected... what are the chances!

Look's like tomorrow I will head back up there and do the Dicor Squeeze
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:35 PM   #22
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Heading up soon, but do I need to wipe with the mineral spirits first?
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:43 PM   #23
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Should not have to if its clean........BE CAREFUL with that caulk gun. Would not want you to shoot yourself with Dicor,
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haha thnx
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Old 01-01-2013, 12:58 PM   #25
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Wow...the repair shop has been busy.....

Hey - I think it was Crabby said to remove the old sealant before applying Eternabond...I thought you could apply it right over the clean old caulk?? Is it really necessary to remove the old stuff?
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Old 01-01-2013, 01:13 PM   #26
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First Day:

I got to clean the roof
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Ray did the sides
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Day 2: (feeling really proud! I actually did something I initially thought was super hard! LOL)

Applying the goop! I only hit the actual cracks and holes around the ladder/vents/antenna.

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With the front cap, there were so many fine cracks, cracks, or little holes, that I just covered the whole area running from side to side. Hope that was ok. The goop acually covered all the way down to the roof top itself.

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I would have loved to have down the eternabond. Oh well.
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First off.....tell Ray I am so impressed with his hose nozzle! No self respecting fireman would be without that nozzle at home and I am glad to see him making good choices...

Second...that roof is waaaayyyy too clean! Wish mine looked like that! Parking under trees all the time is really hard on a roof!
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Kewl! Glad you noticed! (I am really proud of the new looking roof!). We try to wash it after camping under a tree

Ray's hose.. brings back memories of his Fire Reserve days
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Looks good. If you ever make it out here you can do mine for me.
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