Originally Posted by ciret7
I like that point
And understand your plan for having to “remove” the Eternabond, don’t lol
I know I got a few small bubbles, some of the larger ones, -1/2” I poked a hole in and hand squeezed the air out. How big a deal are small bubbles?
In my entire roof project I got several places with small bubbles that wouldn't "press out" with the heavy steel roller I was using.
Common sense tells me to leave them alone... no "poking holes" - which just makes a pathway for water! I'd rather have a DRY pocket of air underneath the tape that's going NOWHERE and not harming anything. I even have wrinkles here and there. I rolled the heck out of them until the butyl adhesive oozed out. NO WAY water is wicking through a wrinkle either!
Most of this is attention to detail and common sense. Make CERTAIN that every piece of Eternabond is rolled/burnished down tight to activate the adhesive bond. Wrinkles and air bubbles are unavoidable... BUT if you adhere the tape tightly, no water can intrude. It's just an aesthetic irritation.