I used a backpack to carry everything up the ladder to the rooftop. Notice that the backpack appropriately says "Upward." It is also useful for carrying brackets for the solar panels, which I tilted. Here you see the supplies and tools:
Acetone for cleaning the surface of the old sealant and any areas where the EternaBond was to be applied. 90% isopropyl alcohol to do another cleaning and to make sure the surface was completely dry. An old sock to apply the acetone or isopropyl alcohol. The 50-foot roll of 6" EternaBond. A wallpaper seam roller and laminate roller for pressing down the EternaBond. The laminate roller worked the best, but the smaller roller was good for smaller areas. EternaPrime spray for any areas where two or more layers of EternaBond were required, or areas where wind shear would be most problematic. Screwdriver to remove the refrigerator vent cover. Paper towels for cleaning up any stray adhesive or sealant. Not shown: scissors, scrub brush, 3M 5200 polyurethane caulk, caulking gun, and the all-important kneepads.
I purchased the EternaBond, EternaPrime, and the 3M 5200 polyurethane sealant from zoro.com. They had the best price, including shipping, at the time.
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