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Old 04-18-2016, 08:47 AM   #1
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Roof Repair

So on our first outing I had to deal with some low hanging branches to get our new Eagle 323LKTS in our camping spot. I got too close and ended up poking a couple of pea size holes in the roof membrane near the edge. Right now I have some duct tape on it but it does not want to stick. What is the best product to seal these holes? Eternabond, Dicor or ???

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Old 04-18-2016, 09:37 AM   #2
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I think both products you listed would work. I would not be hesitant to use Dicor...just put a blob over the hole. If you have Eternabond handy, I would think that it would work as well. Just make sure to apply it properly. Since I have not used Eternabond, I would probably just stick with Dicor. I know they also make patch kits. If you really want to seal it, use Dicor and a patch. Glad it was only small holes, could have been a lot worse. Good luck.
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