REPAIR SEAMS, TEARS, LEAKS, FLASHING’S, COPING STONES, SKYLIGHTS, PENETRATIONS AND MORE. IT’S THE DO-IT-YOURSELF WAY TO MAKE FAST, EASY, ECONOMICAL, DURABLE ROOF REPAIRS.
Roof repair can be very expensive. Save money by using PerfectRoof, an effective DIY roof repair kit that is all you need to repair cracks, roof flashings and seams.
Why you should choose PerfectRoof:
PerfectRoof is a great choice if you want a DIY roof repair kit that:
- Is easy to clean. PerfectRoof is water soluble, making it easy to clean
- Is flexible and seamless
- Has Class A fire rating
- Can be tinted
- Is non-toxic. PerfectRoof is VOC free, making it safe to use in the home
- Is free of tars, odors and solvents
- Is environmentally friendly
PerfectRoof is compatible with a wide variety of surfaces and materials including:
- Metal roofs
- Galvanized steel
- Gypsum board
- Coal tar BURs
- APP modifieds
- Most PVC
PerfectRoof DIY kit includes
- A mixing cup
- A roll of fabric
- A large sponge
- A razor knife
- 2 pairs of gloves
- PerfectPrimer (2 quarts)
- TrueGrit (a texture additive)
- Paint brush (2.5”)
- Surface prep
Ensure the surface is clean and dry. Remove debris from cracks by scraping or blowing. Clean surface with warm water and a sponge to remove grease, wax, dirt, loose particles and bio-matter. No special cleaning agents are required. You can add a few drops of dishwashing soap if the need arises.
EPDM surfaces require a wipe down with lacquer thinner before applying the PerfectRoof system.
- Apply PHILLYPUTTY
If there are cracks, seams or flashings that need to be filled to ensure that they are waterproof, you will need to apply PhillyPutty to them. This is a flexible, waterproof paste that you can make on site by mixing TrueGrit aggregate and PerfectPrimer.
- Repair fabric
When the surface is ready, apply PerfectPrimer using a half inch roller. This should be applied to the surface to cover an area with a length of not more than three feet. This should be wider than the repair fabric.
Apply the Polytex fabric by unrolling it onto the wet area. Use a brush to smooth out the fabric working out to the edges from the center. Apply a second coat when the fabric begins to become tacky. The finished product ought to be waterproof and flexible.
For best results, fold the fabric and cut a straight line along the fold before applying it. Apply primer thereafter and lay the fabric flat onto it.
The system takes about 12 hours to cure.