Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kiteman Lead flashing sealant
I have used this product previously, to replace mortar where lead flashing enters the joint between two courses of bricks. It provides a clean, tidy finish which will, undoubtedly, outlast a mortar repair. The previous work is still as good as new and the latest purchase is to undertake the same repair on my neighbour's house.
Highly recommended and cannot be faulted
31 Dec 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by grandadnash49 Just The Job
Was looking for a suitable sealant to seal the edge of my flashing tape which was sealing the plastic sheeting on my newly erected lean to on the side of my house. Obviously had a couple of pin holes where the tape was not 100% stuck on the wall , evident by the rain weeps coming down on the inside wall.. The recent rains showed them up. After looking through Screwfix catalogue, I decided to give this product a try. Today it is really peeing down and not a sign of any leakage. Found it easy to apply, I used a trowel and my finger but used a fine water spray bottle to apply a light amount of water before smoothing out. Excellent job I must say. Well done Screwfix
17 Nov 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Gadgeteer High quality flashing sealant
I have used this sealant previously. It is easy to apply and is a great value sealant for sealing virtually all types of flashing materials to other building components. It looks good and adheres well to form a watertight seal. The colour is primarily intended for sealing lead flashing to brick but its neutral grey colour goes well with virtually any material and it can be overpainted if required. I have always found that the best way to achieve a smoothly contoured finished surface is to use your forefinger and saliva (spit!) making sure that you wipe your finger clean each time you need more saliva!
6 Nov 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by antdiy Great seal, nice colour
Used this between flashing and brickwork.
Previous to this I saw sections of the house where various builders have tried re-pointing the lead in to the brick with cement, pointing cement etc and it just cracks and comes out in less than a few years.
Taped out all the concrete with a chisel, whack a bead of this stuff in the hole and smooth along with your finger (didn't work so well with trowel).
I found it quite tacky and hard to shape, should of tried the soapy finger like the last guy recommended.
Looks great against the lead flashing, much nicer than sand colour and has stuck the flashing in nice and tight, stuff looks like it will last forever.
Also had some left over so I used it today to seal the flashing overlaps on a conservatory roof -> box gutter. , which water was working it's way under as it had become unstuck.
30 Oct 2015