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Strange Dicor issue

Well, we went out for a few days in a camp ground that has allot of Black Walnut trees. Very early one morning it sounded like a brick hit the roof of the trailer. Went out and didn't see anything abnormal, but noticed a few walnuts on the ground. These were no slouches, a little bigger than a golf ball and hard as He''! Just went a did some seal inspection (winter prep) and found a few small dents in my rubber roof in front of the fridge vent. I cleaned them off and found two of them had actually cut the roof membrane one was less than a 1/4 of n inch and the other had two small slits about a 1/8th of an inch. So,, having a tube of Dicor Lap sealant, I put a dab of sealant on the cuts and rubbed them in a small circle to cover the cuts. A few minutes later I noticed that the Dicor caused that area to swell and pucker. Actually wrinkling the membrane! WTF? Did the Dicor shrink as it dried? I do not see any additional tears or cuts but,,,,I am concerned now! What did it do to the surrounding rubber roof area? I went out and bought some Eternabond patch material and will check it again later in the week. Is this normal Dicor behavior?? I have used it on all of my seams not covered by Eternabond and it had No effect on the roof. I will post pictures when I go back to check roof.
jake2250 11/01/20 05:03pm General RVing Issues
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