How to fix corrugated plastic roof
Corrugated cardboard is the most common type of roofing material and is commonly used in construction and residential construction.
Corrugation can be repaired by using the following steps: Use the metal-reinforced corrugation cement (MRC) adhesive and use a metal strip to apply the cement to the roofing.
After curing for a period of time, the MRC adhesive can be peeled off and replaced with a clean, dry strip.
Apply the repaired roofing with the MRA cement to a roofing deck.
Repeat this process for all exterior roofing layers.
Remove the MMC (mixed cement) and apply it to the inside of the roof.
Repeat the process for interior roofing and paint.
Clean and dry the roof before painting.
Apply a coat of MRA paint to the exterior of the house, along with the exterior coat of the MVC (mild steel veneer) and the MCL (light-weight concrete) roofing product.
Repeat step 5 for exterior and interior coats.
Clean the exterior and paint the interior of the building.
Remove and dry any excess paint.
Apply new coat of paint, and repeat step 4 for exterior coats.
Use a sprayer to spray the exterior with MRC paint.
Do not use a brush to spray or spray MRC.
If the coat is dry, paint the exterior walls and roofs, along the inside, and the inside walls and roofing will be clear and reflective.
Once the exterior has been painted, use a spray nozzle and paint with MVC.
When the exterior is complete, seal the entire house with MMC cement.
Apply MRC to the interior walls and floors and seal with MCL roofing for a final coat of clear coat.
This coat will last about two years.
This is a non-destructive method.
If you need to apply a coat to a damaged exterior, you can spray it with MVA or MCL and then seal with a thin coat of water-based epoxy.
Do this twice to seal.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for painting the roof, but be sure to use a clean-tape or vinyl sealer to seal the exterior.
Do NOT spray MCL with water-Based Epoxy.
This may cause the epoxy to stick to the paint and to the metal of the sheet metal.
The paint will crack or stick to itself.
Follow these instructions to repair a cracked or scratched surface.
The process is fairly straightforward.
Follow step 4, below, to apply MRC-coated steel venes to the house.
Place a piece of cardboard, 2-foot by 3-foot, along a horizontal line on the exterior wall.
A piece of plywood is used to secure the cardboard to the wall.
Paint MRC onto the cardboard and attach it to a piece from a previous coat of epoxy (this is the MVA layer).
After two coats, remove the cardboard from the wall, cover the area with MLC (mixture of mica and cement) for about an hour, and apply a thin layer of MRC on the area.
Apply one coat of mCL and one coat with MRA.
Repeat steps 1-3 and repeat for exterior coat.
When you finish, the cardboard is dry and clear.
Paint the walls and ceiling of the home with MCR-coating.
The coat will stay dry and even if you leave it on for more than two years, the paint will peel off and chip away.
Do the same procedure for the roof and interior walls, but leave the paint off for a month to a year.
When finished, the coat will be shiny and reflective, and will be difficult to remove.
If it is a light-colored coating, remove it and replace it with a light, clear coat of an alternative product.
This will last longer.
Follow all instructions for using MRC and MCL to finish the roof as described above.
Follow this procedure to finish an interior wall and ceiling.
If a problem occurs, use the MCR coat to remove any debris from the area before applying the MLC coat.
Repeat these steps for exterior, interior, and MRC coats.
When it is time to finish, apply a thick coat of dry MCL paint.
Follow steps 2-4 to finish and seal the area, seal with the thin coat, and then apply a new coat using the same method.
Follow any remaining instructions for coat application.