I have a fair amount of leftover roofing cement, which I would likely be
able to use in the next year or two. Times past, leftovers always dry
out too much to use. Once, _long_ ago, we put water on top ... which
rusted the can. Oops.
Does anyone know of a way to preserve this stuff?
On Saturday, October 26, 2013 9:16:17 PM UTC-4, Ashton Crusher wrote:
Generally for stuff that dries out I use saran wrapped layed on top of the
material as well as the move to a container that it fills completely. Both
seem to help but everything seems to eventually dry out given enough time.
The one I really can't even slow down is opened pure silicon caulk. Even
with the tip well sealed it still slowly hardens from the tip in.
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