|Item Weight||4.94 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 6.2 x 5.9 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
MFM Peel & Seal Self Stick Roll Roofing (1, 6in. Aluminum)
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Sticks to almost any surface and is secure and waterproof seal
- Can be used on RVs and Trailer homes
- Works on low slope and low pitch roofs
- Length of Each Roll: 33ft. 6in.
- Thickness of each roll is 45 mills
Frequently bought together
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
Compare with similar items
Cofair QR625 Quick Roof Pro Aluminum 6" x 25'
Cofair Products TS 433 4" x 33'Titeseal Flashing, Plain
Cofair QR325 Quick-Roof Waterproof Repair, 3 Inches x 25 Feet
Rl Valley Flash 6inx50ft Alum
BXI Flashing Roll Tape Membrane - Waterproof Patch & Seal Tape - SBS Modified Bitumen Rubberized Asphalt - Self-Adhesive - Multiple Sizes (4'' X 32')
|Sold By||Short Dave Sales||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||BW DIRECT||Aserson||BXI|
MFM Peel & Seal is the original, patented self-stick roll roofing. Peel & Seal roll roofing is 33ft. 6in. long and is ideal for roofs and surfaces that are difficult to waterproof and can be used on many surfaces including: metal roofs, mobile homes, RVs or trailers, and sunroofs. MFM Peel & Seal can also be used as flashing around ducts, vents, chimneys, air conditioning units, or even on gutters. MFM Peel & Seal is made of aluminum composite foil, polymer films, and a rubberized asphalt adhesive back, making it flexible and self-adhering. Peel & Seal roll roofing will not tear, crack or dry out over time. It is designed specifically to reflect heat and resist water and exposure to other elements without any additional coverage needed. Peel and Seal can be installed on an EPDM roof, but you must prime it with either WeatherBond Multi Purpose Primer or Mule Hide Tape Primer. This self-adhering rolled roofing is very simple to install. Simply make sure your surface is clean, smooth, dry and free of any loose debris. Be sure to prime your surface with an asphalt primer before applying Peel & Seal, especially on surfaces made of plywood, OSB, composition board, and masonry. After the roof is prepped, you will simply peel off the release paper on the back of your peel and seal, and roll it out onto your surface, using a hand roller to smooth out any creases. Finally, use a sharp knife to cut off the desired length. 36in. Wide Rolls have 3in. lines on each side. No special tools needed. High wind tolerance. Made in the U.S.A. Also Tested to Meet ASTM D 1970 Requirements.
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Previously I used it on a flat roof addition to my home. The rooms below were warmer than the rest of the house as there is no attic space, only 6" joists. The existing roof was basically black tar paper. I applied the Peel and Seal to hopefully extend the life of the roof, but also for it's reflective value-to make the rooms below cooler in our South Florida heat. It definitely helped with dropping the temperature inside, and I also feel more comfortable walking around on the roof.
I would strongly recommend wearing leather gloves while installing, as the edges can be quite sharp.
I recommend peel and seal to anyone who has a flat metal roof on their mobile home or any flat roof. At 63 yrs old, if I can do it so can you.
The stuff is pretty thick, with a very sticky layer of tar on the back and a textured, very white layer of thin aluminum on the front. It is easy to cut. I used a lot of short pieces (2' or so) because it is so sticky and is hard to handle in long lengths. It seals to itself very well so the extra seams were fine. I could slide the pieces up under the siding and align them at the bottom, then rub them to stick them down.
I'm not sure if the pieces will make a waterproof seam where they stick to the granular roll roofing, but the existing flashing will prevent any leaks, plus the water would have to go uphill. I suspect that it will seal though.
The stuff did the job, it looks great, and it didn't take very long to install.