Enduris Asphalt Bleed Blocker per 5 Gallon Pail - Ivory
Mfr. Part #: 155511
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Enduris Asphalt Bleed Blocker is part of the complete Enduris Roof Coatings system. Applied as a base coat to asphaltic substrates and surfaces, it's formulated to seal out oils that can discolor the finish coat. helping to protect your investment.Enduris Asphalt Bleed Block...View More Details
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Enduris Asphalt Bleed Blocker is part of the complete Enduris Roof Coatings system. Applied as a base coat to asphaltic substrates and surfaces, it's formulated to seal out oils that can discolor the finish coat. helping to protect your investment.
Enduris Asphalt Bleed Blocker prevents bleed through from asphaltic substrates and asphalt-based surfaces such as BUR, modified bitumen, and asphalt cap sheet. It's the first step to a perfect, even colored and lasting finish on your next roofing project.
- One-part formula
- Water-based acrylic
- Breathable base coating
- Blocks asphaltic components
- Helps preserve stain-free, even color
- Applies with spray, brush, or roller
- Exceptional adhesion to asphaltic and other surfaces including metal, most single-ply roofs, wood, and concrete
- Chemically and adhesively compatible with Enduris roof coatings and accessory products from GE Silicones
- A barrier coating for use on surfaces such as BUR, modified bitumen and asphalt cap sheet. (Check with your MPM/GE Silicones representative for compatibility with other substrates.)
Note: GE Enduris Asphalt Bleed Blocker basecoat should not be considered for:
- Unprepared surfaces including but not limited to those that are wet, dusty, oily, mildewed, heavily chalked, blistered, or structurally unsound
- Cold storage roofing application without vapor barrier or cryogenic tank applications
- Use on areas that are exposed to water for extended periods of time
- Surfaces where adhesion has not been verified by testing
Ambient temperatures should be above 40°F (5°C) and rising, with relative humidity below 90% and no threat of rain for 48 hours. Coating substrate should be above 40°F (5°C) and below 100°F (38°C). Before applying additional coat, the previous coat must be completely cured and dry. If any contamination is present on the cured surface, it must be washed and completely dry before application of subsequent coats.
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