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310ml. Rubberised, permanent and weatherproof black sealant. For repairing leaking gutters, downpipes and flashings, for bedding roof sheets and felts.

310ml. Rubberised, permanent and weatherproof black sealant. For repairing leaking gutters, downpipes and flashings, for bedding roof sheets and felts.
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Customer Reviews for No Nonsense Roof & Gutter Sealant Black 310ml Pack of 12
Review 1 for No Nonsense Roof & Gutter Sealant Black 310ml Pack of 12
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Here's hoping
19 Oct 2013
By welltheresyourproblem
, Canterbury
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"Just did a 7 m x 20 m corrugated roof (all the joints and fixing points) with 24 tubes of this stuff. Applies really well, stays flexible. Fills gaps up to 10mm. So here's hoping it holds up well, and doesn't dry up, or peel away.. Cleans off with white spirit. So far so good."
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Black Goo
31 Jul 2014
By LordTwang
, Kingston upon Hull
"This stuff doesn't fully set so don't buy it to seal joints in woodwork in a trailer like I did. I also used it for open joints below damp course level in brickwork prior to painting with bitumen - so no set doesn't matter. It helps if you submerge the tube in hot water for 5 minutes to aid it's departure from the nozzle."