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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2007 8:20 am 
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I have a tin shed were I store a lot a junk I'm not currently using. Most of the junk are items I'm no longer using and saving for our yearly yard year sale. I have a leak on the roof of the shed and I was wondering what would be the best way to patchup a leak?


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It depends on the cause of the leak really....

If its coming in through a hole beceause the sheet has rusted away, theres no real reapair job, except replace the sheet.

If its a screw hole, the rubber washers on the screws may be perished, replace the screws, or silicone round on a dry day.


Where is it leaking?

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Flash banding is pretty good for use on steel sheets.

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