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A leaking gutter is an unfortunate home issue that can be easily avoided. The problem occurs when the seams connecting the gutters break down. You'll see characteristic sagging that leads to dripping, leaking and overflow that can damage your house. Sealing your gutters helps prevent this potential water damage.
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Prep Your Gutters
Get Your Supplies Ready
A successful project starts with preparation. Make sure you have all the supplies and products you need with our supply checklist.Download Supply Checklist
Clean Your Space
Ensure a clean, dry surface. Remove caulking and silicone.
Contain The Mess
Keep all materials on a flat/level surface, on top of a tarp or piece of cardboard. Have a pail of soap and water, rags and mineral spirits ready in case there is a spill. If a spill happens, use rags to soak it up, cleaning immediately with soap and water. If it is dried, use a razor/scraper to remove. Use mineral spirits to weaken the material and remove with a wire brush or grinder.
Note: Use mineral spirits sparingly.
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Avoid hot, direct, intense sunlight during application.
Prepare Your Space and Gather Your Materials
Make sure all surfaces are clean, dry and free of all matter.
Remove backing on Liquid Rubber Seam Tape and bridge joints/seams with tape. Lay Liquid Rubber Seam Tape loose and flat, do not stretch. Apply pressure to adhere Seam Tape.
Apply painter’s tape while to protect surfaces you do not want to coat.
DO NOT APPLY IF DEW OR RAIN IS FORECAST.
Apply a thick coating of Waterproof Sealant. Apply the next heavy coat when the product is dry to the touch and nothing is wet underneath. Tacky is ok.
Pull up painter’s tape while coating is still wet. Close container to secure leftover product. If spillage occurs, soak up as much material as possible with rags. Clean immediately with soap and water. If spill is dried, scrape off as much as possible with a razor or scraper. Use mineral spirits to weaken product and an appropriate tool such as a wire brush or grinder to mechanically remove. If splashed on the skin immediately wash thoroughly with fresh water. If the product has dried on the skin massage the area with medical grade mineral oil, baby oil or edible oil, then wash with soap and water. If irritation persists seek medical attention.
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Tips & Tricks
How to Repair a Leaking Gutter
View instructions on how to repair a leaking gutter using Seam Tape and other Liquid Rubber Coatings.
Tips for Repairing a Leaking Gutter
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