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Garla-Shield Low Odor Restoration Roofing Primer

  • Extends Roof Service Life
  • Solvent-Free & Low Odor
  • Fast Drying & Economical

Garla-Shield is a glass-fibered asphalt emulsion designed to protect and prolong the life of an existing roof surface. This weather cote contains high solids content asphalt, specially selected plasticizers, long-strand glass fiber reinforcement, additional fiber reinforcement, and a tightening agent to prevent damage from moisture while smoothing out non-uniform roof surfaces.

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Extends Roof Service Life

Garla-Shield forms a thick blanket of protection over an existing roof mat. The Garla-Shield weathercoat resists ultraviolet radiation, oxidation, and attack by the elements to prolong the life of the existing roof surface. Additionally, Garla-Shield is UL Class “A” listed over combustible decks.

low VOC, hospital/schools/heavily populated areas

Solvent-Free & Low Odor

Garla-Shield is a solvent-free, water-based product that produces no harmful vapors. It can be applied over occupied, air-conditioned buildings without producing disruptive fumes.

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Fast Drying & Economical

Garla-Shield is the ideal undercoat for a desired reflective surface because it reduces total job time and labor costs. Garla-Shield cures much faster than asphalt cut-back coatings. It can be aluminized after 30 days; cut-backs require a 60-90 day drying period.

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