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  • Created for the chemically sensitive with no harmful chemicals
  • Low odor
  • Mildew and water resistent
  • Patches, seals and bridges cracks
  • Soap and water clean up
  • Recoat after 2 hours,  cures in 12 hours above 55 degrees
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Quick Info:

  • Created for the chemically sensitive with no harmful chemicals
  • Low odor
  • Mildew and water resistent
  • Patches, seals and bridges cracks
  • Soap and water clean up
  • Recoat after 2 hours,  cures in 12 hours above 55 degrees

AFM Safecoat Roofguard Roof Coating is a water-based, low-odor roof coating is ideal for properly primed roofs. It is mildew and water resistant and resists weather elements. It has excellent bridging quality and can be used to patch, seal and bridge hairline cracks. Excellent elongation and waterproofing qualities when applied at proper film thickness.

USE ON:
Properly primed roofs made of synthetic plastic
rubber, metal, concrete or clay tile.
LIMITATIONS:
Safecoat paints are made without formaldehyde
preservatives. Do not contaminate. Store in airtight containers. Do not use when temperatures
are below 55 degrees F. Do not freeze.
Thick application, high humidity or conditions other than normal will cause
Safecoat to dry and cure more slowly.
SURFACE PREPARATION:
Clean surfaces of dirt, grease, mildew and oil.
Existing coatings must be tight and water resistant before applying Safecoat RoofGuard over
the top. Existing coatings may let go from surface when top coated with elastomeric coatings if
they have weak bond. Check before application. Patch surface defects with appropriate material and prime
before topcoating. One or more coats of Safecoat DynoSeal makes an excellent primer before application of RoofGuard. Use Safecoat
DynoFlex Textured Natural on cracks and allow patch to dry before applying topcoat.

APPLICATION:
Before using, stir Safecoat Roofguard well, then apply as is.
Apply with a roller or airless sprayer. Two coats are recommended. Adequate film thickness determines the life and protection of the
coating.
COVERAGE:
100 square feet per gallon. Rougher or more porous surfaces may require more material. 15
mils dry film thickness is recommended for best protection. Maximum protection can be
achieved with use in a roof system when applied with Safecoat DynoSeal for a total dry film thickness of 30 mils.
CLEAN-UP:
Clean tools and equipment while they are still wet with a warm soapy water solution.
DRYING/CURING TIME:
Re-coatable after 2 hours in normal conditions.
Normal conditions include a dry surface, access to fresh air flow, moderate humidity,
and temperatures above 55 degrees F. Temperature should remain above 55 degrees F
during first 12 hours of coating cure cycle.
HEALTH PRECAUTIONS:
As with all coatings and sealers, keep container
tightly closed and out of the reach of children.
Do not take internally. Keep from freezing. Always use adequate ventilation.
PHYSICAL DATA:
Physical Description: Low odor, mildly
alkaline, white
% Volatile by Volume: 57.62%
Solubility in Water: Dilutable
% Volatile by Weight: 43.97%
VOC Material: 35 g/l
VOC Material less H20: 76 g/l
HAP’s (Hazardous Air Pollutants) zero

AFM Safecoat Roofguard spec sheet

AFM Safecoat Roofguard MSDS sheet

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Description

AFM Safecoat Roofguard Roof Coating is a water-based, low-odor roof coating is ideal for properly primed roofs. It is mildew and water resistant and resists weather elements. It has excellent bridging quality and can be used to patch, seal and bridge hairline cracks. Excellent elongation and waterproofing qualities when applied at proper film thickness.

USE ON:
Properly primed roofs made of synthetic plastic
rubber, metal, concrete or clay tile.
LIMITATIONS:
Safecoat paints are made without formaldehyde
preservatives. Do not contaminate. Store in airtight containers. Do not use when temperatures
are below 55 degrees F. Do not freeze.
Thick application, high humidity or conditions other than normal will cause
Safecoat to dry and cure more slowly.
SURFACE PREPARATION:
Clean surfaces of dirt, grease, mildew and oil.
Existing coatings must be tight and water resistant before applying Safecoat RoofGuard over
the top. Existing coatings may let go from surface when top coated with elastomeric coatings if
they have weak bond. Check before application. Patch surface defects with appropriate material and prime
before topcoating. One or more coats of Safecoat DynoSeal makes an excellent primer before application of RoofGuard. Use Safecoat
DynoFlex Textured Natural on cracks and allow patch to dry before applying topcoat.

APPLICATION:
Before using, stir Safecoat Roofguard well, then apply as is.
Apply with a roller or airless sprayer. Two coats are recommended. Adequate film thickness determines the life and protection of the
coating.
COVERAGE:
100 square feet per gallon. Rougher or more porous surfaces may require more material. 15
mils dry film thickness is recommended for best protection. Maximum protection can be
achieved with use in a roof system when applied with Safecoat DynoSeal for a total dry film thickness of 30 mils.
CLEAN-UP:
Clean tools and equipment while they are still wet with a warm soapy water solution.
DRYING/CURING TIME:
Re-coatable after 2 hours in normal conditions.
Normal conditions include a dry surface, access to fresh air flow, moderate humidity,
and temperatures above 55 degrees F. Temperature should remain above 55 degrees F
during first 12 hours of coating cure cycle.
HEALTH PRECAUTIONS:
As with all coatings and sealers, keep container
tightly closed and out of the reach of children.
Do not take internally. Keep from freezing. Always use adequate ventilation.
PHYSICAL DATA:
Physical Description: Low odor, mildly
alkaline, white
% Volatile by Volume: 57.62%
Solubility in Water: Dilutable
% Volatile by Weight: 43.97%
VOC Material: 35 g/l
VOC Material less H20: 76 g/l
HAP’s (Hazardous Air Pollutants) zero

AFM Safecoat Roofguard spec sheet

AFM Safecoat Roofguard MSDS sheet

Additional information

WeightN/A
Size

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