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Outside Corner Finish Detail

1. Prior to installing any flashings, use the RUBBERALL® Scrub Pad and apply Seam Tape Primer Plus to all areas to be flashed. Cut Uncured Flashing with Tape six inches (6") wide by eight inches (8") long. Cut the corners round to prevent inadvertent peeling. After the Primer Plus has dried,fold one end of the flashing two inches (2") from the end. Place the membrane against the vertical surface so that half the flashing is on either side of the corner. Fold the flashing around the corner and adhere to the vertical surface. The flashing should extend two inches (2") onto the roof deck, and six inches (6") up the vertical.

Figure 19 a

Figure 19 b

Figure 19 c

Uncured Flashing with Tape comes in Patches (12" x 12") and rolls (12" x 25 or 6" x 100').

2. Adhere the flashing at each corner and stretch the middle of the flashing away from corner as the flashing is mated to the field membrane.

IMPORTANT: All stretching should be done in the middle of the flashing.

3. The second layer of Uncured Flashing with Tape should be installed following the same flashing procedures as the first, but using 12"x12" Uncured Flashing with Tape (see Figure 19c). This flashing should extend onto the roof a minimum of four inches (4") and up the vertical wall a minimum of eight inches (8").

4. If it is necessary to add flashing membrane to attain a taller flashing detail, cut field membrane the desired dimensions and adhere the new membrane over the previously installed membrane and flashing details using Rubber to Rubber Adhesive.

IMPORTANT: ALWAYS EXTEND THE NEW FLASHINGS ABOVE ANY EXISTING MEMBRANES OR FLASHING MATERIALS.

 
 
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