Galvanized metal, aluminum flashing, vent pipes, skylights, gutters, downspouts, ductwork, chimneys, glue down shingles and roof tiles (cedar shake, asphalt, cement, slate, and glazed tile), roof jacks, cables, air conditioning units, metal RV roof
Seals leaks that asphalt can’t
Stop leaks now!
10.5oz – $9.49
Rubber roof membranes such as EPDM, polystyrene insulation or foam, Aquaseal®, Kynar®, Teflon®, polypropylene, polyethylene, silicone, waxes. Plastics not listed should be tested for compatbility before widespread use.
14010 – Clear 10.5 oz
14030 – White 10.5 oz
14060 – Black 10.5 oz
14003 – Clear Quart
14004 – Clear Gallon
14026 – Cobra 6-pack
14035 – White VOC 10.5 oz
14065 – Black VOC 10.5 oz
14046 – Clear California 6-Pack
14025 – Clear California 10.5 oz
14023 – Clear California Quart,
14024 – Clear California Gallon
Features and Benefits
Superior Bond Durability More Info
Through the Roof! lasts…thanks to a combination of excellent adhesion, high elasticity, and a lot of “give.”
Humidity and Rain Proof More Info
You can be more confident in your sealant than in your weatherman. Use on a damp surface, with a rainy forecast, or even to seal active leaks.
All Weather Formula More Info
From Seattle to Phoenix, from Denver to Orlando, from Summer to Winter. Use it anywhere with confidence that it will dry waterproof.
Sticks to Wet Surfaces More Info
Since Through the Roof! finds itself in areas that are frequenty pathways for water escape, this is a feature that extends the amount of time you can do a job.
Through the Roof! + Cobra Resources & How To Info
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Common Questions From Our Network of Pros
It’s a synthetic copolymer rubber
No. We hate silicone.
You don’t. That’s kinda the point. But if you are unfortunate enough to have to get it off, try a solvent-based caulk remover, a putty knife, and good-old fashioned elbow grease.
It can be applied to active leaks as it will displace the water. We have not done rigorous 30 day submersion testing, but we do hear of folks using it successfully for swimming pools, boats, kayaks, etc.
We don’t recommend it. Try a test patch to see if you are happy with the adhesion.
Use clear glass cleaner, water with a little soap, or mineral spirits on the bead/on your finger. If you’re applying large amounts, you may want to check out our Cobra Nozzle which lays down a neat bead with no tooling required afterward.