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Here's a way to cover a low-slope roof without getting tar on your pants. Peel and Seal, a self-stick roll roofing, is a 45-mil membrane that consists of an aluminum foil surface, a thin polymer film, and a thicker substrate of rubberized asphalt. It's designed for use on free-draining roofs (ones with no ponding water) with a minimum slope of 1/2 inch per foot. Peel and Seal's defining feature is the fact that it's easy to put on. There's no messing around with torches, mops, or adhesives — just peel off the release paper and press the membrane onto the roof. The manufacturer claims that the only tool you'll need is a utility knife. Because it's an asphalt product,