Turbo Poly Seal – Super Silicone Seal

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Turbo Poly Seal Repair Kit is the best seam repair kit on the market

Turbo Poly Seal is the most flexible and durable product to make seam repairs on a metal roof.

On this page are the two products we use daily to repair roofs. We use both Turbo Poly Seal and Super Silicone Seal to make repairs on metal roofs, rubber roofs, and chimneys. Each product has its benefits. We believe that Super Silicone Seal by Bergstrom Industries outperforms all other brand names.

Steel brush

Use a steel brush to remove rust and oxidationClean surface with a wire brush

First Coating

Use a disposable brush and apply a coat of Turbo Poly Seal or Super Silicone Seal covering at least 2″ each side of the leak area
Apply first coat of Turbo Poly Seal covering 2 inches of each side of leak area

Polyester Fleece

Cut a piece of Polyester fleece to size and install it unto the fresh coat of sealantInstall the Polyester Fleece over the freshly painted sealant

Second Coating

Apply a final coat of sealant over the fleece making sure it is completely coveredApply a final coat of Turbo Poly Seal over the Polyester Fleece


It is recommended to paint the Turbo Poly Seal 24 hours after curing with a protective coating. Aluminum Asphalt coating or Silver coating or any oil-based paint.
Super Silicone Seal is not paintable
Apply 1 coat of Aluminum Asphalt Coating over the Sealant to protect against ultraviolets

Turbo Poly Seal Repair Kit
Turbo Poly Seal Repair Kit

Turbo Poly Seal

You can buy Turbo Poly Seal online from Bergstrom Industries

Watch the video above to see how we used Turbo Poly Seal to save a metal roof from a disaster. In this video, we used Turbo Poly Seal, but we could have used Super Silicone Seal too, they both perform equally well. The advantage of Super Silicone Seal is that you don’t need to coat it with a protective coating against ultraviolets.

Turbo Poly Seal

Turbo Poly Seal Repair Kit is used for any repair on a roof
Turbo Poly Seal Repair Kit

Turbo Poly Seal is a combination of Polyurethane and Bituminous resins specially formulated to be flexible to withstand stress when applied over cracks, seams, and metal surfaces. This product can be purchased at Bergstrom Industries

There are many applications where Turbo Poly Seal can be used:

  • Chimney Crowns
  • Flashing detail
  • Metal Roof Seams
  • Cement Cracks
  • Concrete Cracks
  • Vent Pipe Flashing
  • Torch Down Roof Repairs
  • Asphalt Roof Repairs
  • Roof Drain Repairs
  • Copper Seam Repairs

Turbo Poly Seal comes only in brown. This product is applied with a paintbrush and should be used in conjunction with a polyester fleece that is part of the kit when purchased. Turbo Poly Seal does not have a shelf life after the can is opened.

Warning: Turbo Poly Seal is not compatible with EPDM Rubber and should not be used on EPDM Roofs.

Super Silicone Seal

Super Silicone Seal Repair Kit
Super Silicone Seal Repair Kit

Super Silicone Seal is a silicone-based product specially formulated for EPDM Rubber Roofs. This product can also be applied to other surfaces like Asphalt and Torch Down Roofs. This product can be purchased at Bergstrom Industries.

Super Silicone Seal performs well when applied to EPDM Rubber and other roofs. It will protect against ultraviolet, reduce heat by 70% and seal seams and other leaky areas.

Uses for Super Silicone Seal are:

  • Skylight Repairs
  • EPDM Rubber Coating
  • Asphalt coating
  • Torch Down Coating
  • Metal Roof Coating
  • Metal Roof Seam Repair
  • EPDM Rubber Seam Repair
  • Metal Flashing repairs

Super Silicone Seal comes in white only. It is non-toxic and has a shelf life of several weeks after the can is opened.

Super Silicone Seal can be applied with a roller or spray gun. When repairing transition seams then a polyester fleece must be used.

Repairing seams and cracks with Turbo Poly Seal or Super Silicone Seal

It is important to always prepare the surface. Make sure there is no oil, silicone caulking, sand or other debris.

Follow these steps to ensure proper repair:

  1. Use a steel wire brush to scrub the surface. (remove dust)
  2. Use masking tape to tape off 21/2″ from either side of seam or crack (optional, but looks clean when done)
  3. Measure and cut the correct length of fleece
  4. Brush 1 thick coat either the Turbo Poly Seal or Super Silicone Seal on both sides of crack or seam
  5. Embed the polyester fleece into the freshly painted coat (make sure there are no wrinkles)
  6. Apply another coat over the fleece making sure the fiber doesn’t show
  7. Remove the masking tape

Congratulation, you just made a successful repair

Watch this video on Super Silicone Seal

In this video, you will see that the temperature on an EPDM Rubber roof can reach up to 185 degrees. You will also see how well the Super Silicone Seal bonds to the EPDM Rubber and how flexible it is.

This video will convince you of the need to coat your roof to extend the life expectancy and to lower the heat index on any building.

If your roof has had its days, you should really watch the video above to understand how this Super Silicone Seal can extend the life expectancy. There are many silicone products on the market, but after testing many of them, Super Silicone Seal had the best results.

Watch these videos on how to make repairs on many different parts of flat roofs

1 thought on “Turbo Poly Seal – Super Silicone Seal”

  1. Hello Mr Ferreira –
    I have a 20 year old sun roof with a shed type metal roof. The roof is made of 4’x8′ pre-fab “insulated” units connected on the top of the roof by metal ribs running vertically. The roof leaks during heavy rains. My research leads me to believe that water penetrates the caulk seal around the metal ribs. So I have to reseal around the ribs which is not so easy since there is quite a layer of caulk on top of the ribs thanks to a lousy attempted repair job by the installer many years ago. I spoke with you briefly on the phone two weeks ago and you advised my to use your Super Silicon Seal product which I plan to order
    My plan is to first apply the silicon sealer, then go over with a layer of your gauze, and then a final application of silicon sealer. Is this the approach I should use?

    I should also add that I believe there is a condensation problem that occurs inside the pre-fab roof sections. When conditions are right during the winter months the east facing sunroom heats up on a sunny morning. That inside warm air then meets the cold air inside the roof panel creating condensation. The condensate then travels down a trim strip on the inside of the roof to the edge of the eaves where it drips out.

    I’m hoping the reseal work on the outside of the roof also helps cold air intrusion and prevents this condensation problem. Any ideas you have in this regard would be appreciated

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