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Old Sep 19, 2007, 04:32 PM
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Wayne try the links on the first few pages of this build thread , the random spun poly fiber doesnt work as well.Even drywall fiberglass joint tape works good too.
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Originally Posted by ab8ug
Hi:
I am having trouble locating the Henrys 183 here in west Michigan. I ran across another material that I think might work. It is called Pol-E-Force #160. 4" x 100' roll. It is white in color and doesn't appear to be impregnated with anything.
Here is the description: Pol-E-Force spunlaced fabric is a textile material composed of staple fibers hydraulically entangled to form a strong reinforcing membrane for cold roofing mastics. Composed of 100% polyester. It has excellent conformability and elongation. The open aperture design allows mastics to flow through and form a saturated roofing membrane. Pol-E-Force is light fweight with high tensile strength and toughness. It is nonraveling, has excellent tear strength and is resistant to chemicals and solvents.
Has anyone used this stuff? Any thoughts or suggestions?

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Wayne
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