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10m. A lead replacement, self-adhesive flashing strip, ideal for emergency repairs. Instant waterproof seal once applied. Grey finish. Quick and easy to use. For use on wood, glass, metal, brick and cement. Curing time immediate at 20°C.

10m. A lead replacement, self-adhesive flashing strip, ideal for emergency repairs. Instant waterproof seal once applied. Grey finish. Quick and easy to use. For use on wood, glass, metal, brick and cement. Curing time immediate at 20°C.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Evo-Stik Flashband 225mm x 10m
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does the job very well
8 Jan 2013
By sherborne
, Yeovil
"easy to use, works very well I highly recommend this product"
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Very practical repair
22 Sep 2010
By 4eyes
, Berkshire
"Used this extensively in renovation of old bargeboards and exposed joist ends in an old property. The primer goes on easily, dries quickly, and this flashband adheres beautifully, and is of course much easier to work than lead. One point to be aware of: it can be difficult to cut and "wrap" easily when it gets too warm. In sunny conditions, keep it in the shade, as once the sun gets on it the bitumen sticks to your tools and becomes a right mess. When it's kept cool, it cuts and works more crisply."
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