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Old 11-01-2008, 01:23 PM   #1
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Apply Parbond in the rain?

I have a couple of small leaks around some rear window frames. Based on my prior experience with it Parbond would seal these nicely - if it was dry. BUT its raining cat and dogs here.

Will Parbond adhere to wet surfaces and cure properly?
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Not sure, but there is an aluminum base gutter seal that is colored that you can use wet...
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... Will Parbond adhere to wet surfaces and cure properly?
First of all, the directions clearly state otherwise:
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Surface should be clean and dry ...
Second of all, Parbond is full of volitales; Anything that one would want to squeeze in a bag & inhale means that the presence of water is a no-no. You know what I mean.

Not that I ever do/did that.

Wait for dry weather.

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Old 11-01-2008, 05:18 PM   #4
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First of all, the directions clearly state otherwise:

Second of all, Parbond is full of volitales; Anything that one would want to squeeze in a bag & inhale means that the presence of water is a no-no. You know what I mean.

Not that I ever do/did that.

Wait for dry weather.

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Well that seems pretty clear. Thanks.

My tube of Parbond is illegible, I'll leave it to imagination why.

Hint, who knows how long it takes for Parbond to wear off of your fingers?
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