Mule-Hide RGA 1 Flashing Cement is the highest quality, most versatile asphalt based roof cement ever developed. This distinctive product is intended for use by quality driven roofing professionals who demand that their materials meet the highest performance standards. Its outstanding adhesion to wet, dry and even underwater surfaces allows application in any conditions. With wider usable temperature ranges, RGA 1 applies easily at seasonal temperature extremes.
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Features & Benefits
- Used on SBS mod bit seams, laps and perimeter edges
- For splits, cracks, blisters, metal flanges and punctures in asphalt-based roof membranes and flashings
- Seal tabs, edges, step flashings and valleys in shingled roofs
- Seal seams and edges in rubberized waterproofing projects
- Seal concrete or brick at chimney flashings
- Available in a plastic tube with screw on/off tip
- A wet/dry flashing cement that can be applied to wet and under water surfaces.
If part of a tube is used, can it be reused later?
All MHP sealants have a hole in the tip. Prolong the possibility of viable product by ticking a common nail or a pan head screw in the hole and seal with duct tape over top. Do not replace the tip until ready to reuse.
There is product left in the top of the removable tip. How can material be utilized?
Take a used tip and place on new cartridge. Some competitive tips can retain up to 10% of the product (per case). Since there is no longer pressure to push the product out, it is lost in the tip. Use RGA 1 with screw on tips and save 10%.
Can RGA 1 be used in a Mule-Hide SAMB or APP system?
Yes, Mule-Hide approves the use of RGA 1 in warranted SAMB and APP systems when used as specified.
Can RGA 1 be used on EPDM?
No, RGA 1 is not approved for use on ANY single-ply membranes, under any APP or torch products with a burn-off film or in direct contact with Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) or Extruded Polystyrene (XPS).
Is there a winter grade version of RGA 1?
Mule-Hide does not offer different grades of RGA 1 such as winter grade. When working in colder temperatures, best practice is to keep RGA 1 at room temperature for 24 hours before use.
What can be used to clean RGA 1 off of a wall?
Any type of solvent-based cleaner will work, such as Si Cleaning Solvent or Weather Membrane Cleaner.