Super Silicone Seal

Super Silicone Seal has been formulated to protect all roofs against heat and ultraviolet. This product will adhere to Metal, Modified Bitumen, EPDM Rubber, and TPO.

A roller, brush, airless sprayer can be used to apply Super Silicone Seal. When used in conjunction with polyester fleece, Super Silicone Seal can be used as a flashing detail or seam repair.

Watch this video made by Flat Roof Doctor on how to apply Super Silicone Seal over seams and also painting an EPDM Rubber.

Here are some specs of Super Silicone Seal:

Super Silicone Seal

The repair of seams, cracks and flashing with Super Silicone Seal

  1. Use a steel wire brush to scrub the surface. (remove dust)
  2. Use masking tape to tape off 21/2″ from either side of seam or crack (optional, but looks clean when done)
  3. Measure and cut the correct length of fleece
  4. Brush 1 thick coat either the Turbo Poly Seal or Super Silicone Seal on both sides of crack or seam
  5. Embed the polyester fleece into the freshly painted coat (make sure there are no wrinkles)
  6. Apply another coat over the fleece making sure the fiber doesn’t show
  7. Remove the masking tape

Picture Instructions on how to make flashing repair with Super Silicone Seal:

  1. Start by using masking tape to mark the area where the Super Silicone Seal flashing detail will be done. Clean the surface area with a rag.
Super Silicone Seal for vent flashing
Preparing the surface by taping off where the Super Silicone seal will be installed

2. Measure and cut to size the polyester fleece to be installed with Super Silicone Seal

Measure and cut to size the polyester fleece
Measure and cut to size the polyester fleece to be installed over the Super Silicone Seal

3. Apply the first coat by using a brush of Super Silicone Seal over the pipe and roof area.

Apply first coat of Super Silicone Seal over pipe and roof area
Apply the first coat of Super Silicone Seal over pipe and roof area

4. Cut tabs into the Super Silicone Fleece about 2 inches long.

Cut tabs about 2 inches deep in the measured fleece
Cut tabs about 2 inches deep in the measured fleece

5. Install Fleece around the pipe with tabs spread around lying flat on the roof.

Install Fleece around pipe with tabs spread around on the roof
Install Fleece around the pipe with tabs spread around on the roof

6. Apply a final coat of Super Silicone Seal covering the fleece completely

Apply final coat of Super Silicone Seal covering the fleece completely
Apply a final coat of Super Silicone Seal covering the fleece completely

7. Repairing a seam on an EPDM Rubber Roof with Super Silicone Seal. Tape off area to avoid spillover

Repairing a seam on an EPDM Rubber Roof with Super Silicone Seal
Repairing a seam on an EPDM Rubber Roof with Super Silicone Seal

8. Apply a thick coat of Super Silicone Seal covering more than 2 inches either side of EPDM Rubber Seam

Apply a thick coat of Super Silicone Seal covering more than 2 inches either side of EPDM Rubber Seam
Apply a thick coat of Super Silicone Seal

9. Install a fleece and then paint a final coat of Super Silicone Seal covering the fleece

Install a fleece and then paint a final coat of Super Silicone Seal covering the fleece
Install a fleece and then paint a final coat of Super Silicone Seal covering the fleece

10. Remove the masking tape immediately after completing the coating of Super Silicone Seal

Remove the masking tape immediately after completing the coating of Super Silicone Seal
Remove the masking tape immediately after completing the coating of Super Silicone Seal

11. The Super Silicone Seal will be touch dry after 30 min but need another 24 hours to cure.

The Super Silicone will be touch dry after 30 min but need another 24 hours to cure
The Super Silicone will be touch dry after 30 min but need another 24 hours to cure

20 thoughts on “Super Silicone Seal”

  1. My situation: The house has a pitched, ribbed, metal roof. A brick chimney, which is framed all around with plywood siding, rises up through the rooftop. Rain water is leaking through the roof where the metal sheets abutt the wooden chimney box (water coming through between the metal and wooden box, where the metal meets the wood). The metal roof is pitched, but the framed wooden chimney box is vertical.

    I plan to apply a sandwiched coating of Super Silicone Seal and fleece fabric along the metal-to-wood joint, around all 4 sides of the chimney box. My concerns:
    1) will Super Silicone Seal adhere to the plywood siding of the chimney box?
    2) will Super Silicone Seal stand up to hot summertime temps of ~ 125*F (4 months per year), and how many years can I reasonably expect the repair to last?
    3) is this the correct way to go at this repair? I had originally planned to use Poly Turbo Seal; however, Henry’s #884 silicone roof sealant has already been applied to the leaking joint and I understand Poly Turbo Seal will not adhere to silicone. So, I plan to apply Super Silicone Seal instead.

    Please advise. I learned of Bergmann Industries while watching Roof Doctor’s excellent YouTube videos. – Thanks

  2. can we use for metal panel roof.
    we need to stop leaking from metal roof. also apply sealing after painting another color ?

  3. I am removing a stove pipe ona 1yr old metal roof in the FL Keys on a property on the beach (high winds and salt water and heavy sunshine). I plan to seal the hole with a galvanized metal piece and crew it into the existing roof and cover the seams with super silicone seal and the fleece material. Will this work for a long term solution in my harsh environment. Thx.

  4. I have a leaky sun room metal roof. The room is 20 years old. I believe rain water penetrates the seams that connect the 4’x 8′ pre-fab roof sections. The seams are connected by metal rails which are gobbed up with caulk from previous repair attempts by the installer. So rather than stripping away the old caulk which might do more harm than good, I have to cover over it.
    After watching your flat roof videos on You-Tube, my approach will be to scrape away the paint on the roof along side the seams and put down an initial coating of super silicone over the metal rail and caulk The next step will be to cover the super silicone with a layer of a ‘Eternabond”flexible membrane which I already have on hand. Then I will cover the Eternabond with a final layer of super silicone.
    Is this 3-step approach the way to go? Should I use your gauze rather than the Eternabond?

    1. You make a mistake to try a new method. Eternabond is the biggest garbage in my opinion. I think you need to decide the proper method and stick to it.
      Eterna Bond as a plastic tape that protects the guuiee stuff but then the plastic will break up and everything will go bad.
      The best is the prep well and then either use Turbo Poly Seal or Super Silicone Seal to cover the seams along with the polyester fleece

  5. I have approximately 24 linear feet where two sections of metal roof meet. The junction was not flashed (big mistake) but was “siliconed” and leaks like a sieve. I plan to remove the old silicone with a wire brush, clean with mineral spirits and try the Super Silicone Seal with the polyester fleece. Is this the correct approach? Also, how much of the product will I need? And, how long an area should I apply the silicone seal before applying the polyester fleece such that it doesn’t “set” before applying the fleece?
    Thanks.

  6. I have a flat EPDM rubber roof with a deck on top and a garage under. Where you exit the house to go onto the deck there is an open area about 6 foot square without deck covering. This is the area where the leaks are. There are several leaks from what I can see all are where the seams and previous patches are. I seem to re-patch every 2 – 3 years and sometimes the new patch / sealing only lasts a few months. I would like a solution more permanent. Not forever but longer in time. I should add that the “open area” after a rain, has standing water until the sun evaporates it away. Sometimes it takes a couple of days to have the area get dry. Will the silicone seal hold under water? One more thing I live in Minnesota. Summers get 100 degrees plus and winters -20 degrees. Will this withstand the temperature range? Any local suppliers or have to have it shipped.

    1. Hey Tim – Super Silicone Seal is perfect for what you want to do. I recommend that you remove all the patches first. Use lacquer thinners to remove old adhesives and then apply the Super Silicone Seal with the fleece over the seams.

  7. We live in norther Minnesota where the temperatures range from 100 in the summer to -40 in the winter.

    Multiple skylights in the roof and some are now leaking. Is the Super Silicone Seal the right product or the Super Poly Seal?? I have seen YouTube videos using the Poly Seal but your product description says Silicone Seal…

    1. Yes Super Silicone Seal will do the job. You will be very happy with that. In the 35 years I have been in roofing, I have never had a product like Super Silicone Seal that can seal skylights. It is just amazing.

    1. Absolutely. It is really an amazing product. We will release a video soon to show what it looks like after 2 years. it is amazing

  8. Two questions:
    1. I have a flat rubber roof over the porch. There is a small area needs to be sealed. The Super Silicone Seal seems perfect for that. That area is also lower than the surrounding area with water pooling after heaving rain. I would like to know if I could apply SSS to that area and built it up layer after layer to level the ground.
    2. The root also needs to be coated. I was wondering if I can use the same Super Silicone Seal to coat the whole roof or I should use something like Liquid Rubber to coat it.
    Thank you.

  9. I have a seal that is coming apart around bottom of sky light. (wear shingles meet the skylight) Would super silicone or the turbo poly seal be best and why?

    1. Not clear what seal on what part of the skylight. Is it the gasket that seals the glass and the metal frame? Then you need to use Super Silicone Seal. Use sand paper to rough the glass up a little.

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