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5kg. High performance, one coat instant roof repair compound ideal for emergency repairs or general maintenance. No primer required in most circumstances and can be applied in damp conditions. Flexible and is ideal for areas subject to ponding. Exceptional weather resistance and long lasting.

5kg. High performance, one coat instant roof repair compound ideal for emergency repairs or general maintenance. No primer required in most circumstances and can be applied in damp conditions. Flexible and is ideal for areas subject to ponding. Exceptional weather resistance and long lasting.
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Customer Reviews for Laybond Flexacryl Roof Repair Compound Grey 5kg
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Impressive stuff!!
27 Jan 2014
By mesaureoncecuttwice
, Kent
"I had a quite a serious leak on a small flat roof over a bay window. The bad weather before Xmas had helped itself to some of the existing felt, leaving the underlying timber to fend for itself.
We had some gaps from between 5-10mm which were just letting the rain gush in. The gap was between the roof surface and fascia board.
I filled the worst of the gap with some no-nonsense gutter/roof sealant and then just painted over the whole lot with the Flexacryl.
This was just a running repair and I did still expected some water ingress but it all sealed up a treat. No sign of any more leaks at all. This will now allow me to forget about it until the weather warms up a bit when the roof can be repaired properly.
The beauty of this stuff is that you can apply it to damp surfaces which is what I had to do and it is also fibrous so it will fill a crack or small gap quite happily. It is very thick as mentioned in a previous review so do yourself a favour and wear some gloves when you're applying it.
It is quite pricey but I found it goes quite a long way and it got me out of all sorts of trouble so it was well worth the money. It's also available in any colour as long as it's grey!
All-in-all it's a product that does what it claims to do, hence the positive review."
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26 Sep 2013
By Shelle
, Surrey
"We had a leaking roof around our skylight so after reading reviews for flexadryl I decided to buy. It was easy to apply just like painting with thick paint. Since applying we have had a considerable amount of rain and I've had no leaks at all. No sure how long it will last only time will tell but very pleased for now."
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cracked roof instant repair
20 Apr 2013
By robinrepairs
, Yeovil, Somerset
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"Cement flaunching along an asbestoc roof was cracked and letting in water. One coat of Felxacryl filled over the 6mm crack and prevented water reaching the electric board beneath.
I've also used this on a large flat roof that is over twenty years old and which developes yet another leak every few months. Even in rain that is puddling this stuff still seals and lasts.
This is my second tin and tenth call out to a leak.
TIP:- stir thoroughly then brush the water / puddle to one side with a soft broom before wacking Flexacryl forcibly onto the split surface and scrubbing it in.
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