In cleaning off the roof for putting Eternabond on all seams,I removed what is a rectangular vent from the kitchen. The cover that protected the vent opening had four indentions to hold the screws and these indentions had caulking over the screw heads. The white caulk removed easily as did the screws. My question is: Is that most probably Dicor Self Leveling or some other caulk?
Mike LeBlanc, "The Digital Guy"
Professional Photographer, Retired Art Educator
Sour Lake, Texas
THANKS...didn't think of it being the fridge vent...the two back screws had a little rust near the top...the two front screws had none...for me who has been fight water leakage...that is good news...almost finished with Mr. Eternabond...
From input at this forum...I made the decision to buy...I've worked through the leak...knock on wood...no other real issues...now I'm going to begin reading EMD360's thread on RMP (or RPM) waxing...that's my next project.
I replaced the caulk on those fridge vent screws with Dicor self leveling when I eternabonded the roof. I'm guessing you are correct that is what was used before and it is the right stuff to use from what I've read.
By the way if you want to add solar panels, the shaft from the fridge vent to the floor is often the way folks run the wires from the roof mounted panel. I've been thinking of trying that sooner or later.
Good luck on the Red Max Pro/Zep High Maintenance finishing project. I'm disappointed our front cabover has started to peel. Didn't do that the first time I used the finish. But I'll just do it again. Good to get an inch by inch cleaning in to know the rig forwards and backwards.