904 Roof Felt Adhesive – Cold applied adhesive to bond roofing felt to most surfaces – 1L – Black

February 29, 2020 - Comment

Product Features High bond strength: Better for bonding roofing felt Multi-functional: Suitable for bonding to concrete, asphalt, metal, wood, roofing felt and much more Better sealing properties: Suitable for sealing roofing felt laps and bonding chippings to final layer of felt Better flexibility: Provides a tough but flexible film which hardens and softens with changing

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Product Features

  • High bond strength: Better for bonding roofing felt
  • Multi-functional: Suitable for bonding to concrete, asphalt, metal, wood, roofing felt and much more
  • Better sealing properties: Suitable for sealing roofing felt laps and bonding chippings to final layer of felt
  • Better flexibility: Provides a tough but flexible film which hardens and softens with changing temperatures
  • Chemical and water resistance: Resistant to most salt solutions, dilute acids and alkalis, water and alcohol

Comments

Anonymous says:

Everbuild 904 Bitumen Roof Felt Adhesive (Black Jack) I had some torch-on mineral felt left over after I had had a flat roof renewed. Thought it would be a good idea to to put it on my garden shed which gets a lot of water from overhanging trees. I do not have the equipment or training to use a blow torch so wanted something to seal the edges and joins. I used Isoflex for part of the job, but it ran out before the job was completed, so I bought some Black Jack, which I had never used previously, but was half the price. It was a little bit thinner…

Anonymous says:

12 months on and still holding I bought this last year and thought I would wait to see how it lasted before writing a review. I used it the stick down the edges and overlap on a shed roof that needed re-felting. As others have commented the product is quite thin like a thick gloss paint rather than gloopy tar. It goes on easy. I used a small disposable paint roller. It was a baking hoy day and the felt was malleable so the task was relatively easy. To apply extra pressure and ensure a good fix I used a 1 inch wallpaper seam…

Anonymous says:

A messy goo! What a messy goo! I used it to fix felt to my shed roof and while it spreads quite easily, the order of the day is not to let it touch anything you cherish. The so-called adhesive is just the goo settling onto the wood roof and the felt. Although it was easy to move the felt about to get a good purchase, it didn’t seem to grip the two surfaces that well. Still, it is bitumen and does offer good protection if the felt fails.

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