Snow roof is a crock. We put it on our trailer and within 1 week it was
> From: Jurgen Hartwig <email@example.com>
> To: David M. Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: 3M Rubberized Undercoating on inside floors
> Date: Tuesday, August 05, 1997 6:04 PM
> At 05:50 PM 8/5/97 -0700, Craig Wiper wrote:
> >At 01:28 PM 8/5/97 -0700, you wrote:
> >>Hey all..
> >I'm planning on using rustoleum rusty metal primer, and rustoleum flat
> >black over that.
> >>Dave Hall
> Dave and all, I recently purchased a product at my local hardwarehouse.
> for metal roofs, RV roofs, and other assorted metal pieces exposed to the
> elements. I think the product was called Snow Roof, or Something
> You just clean up the metal really well and apply the gooo with a brush.
> It dries under the heat of the sun and claims to be able to seal motor
> roofs and RV roofs for 20 years. I don't know if they're blowing me a
> of Sh?t, but it only cost me $20 for a gallon of this stuff.
> Problem for me was that it was raining while I put this stuff on my
> and drying, or rather lack of drying, was a problem. No sweat I said,
> Three days later I made the 6.5 hour trek from Memphis, TN to Atlanta,GA
> 85 degree heat. I'm sure the combination of the outside heat coupled
> exhaust pipe heat cured that stuff to no end.
> Just a thought; I know for sure that the 3M stuff will work. 3M
> always excellent, but expensive. gEt what you pay for.
> BTW, the 3M spray adhesives are excellent for gluing your rubber sill
> the car. Also, I know of a place that sells original rubber sill mats
> floor mats for $80 a set for the MGB. Let me know if you're interested,
> I'll look up that number.